- Architectural heritage
- Museum or Interpretation Centre
Passing through Mons? Be sure to visit the Maison Losseau, a jewel of Art Nouveau architecture located in the heart of the Doudou's city.
The Hainaut region has led an important work of restoration and enhancement of the Maison Losseau. The magnificent residence of Léon Losseau, as well as the buildings adjoining it, are now accessible to the public.
In addition to the classified house, which its owner had conceived as "ideal, endowed with all technical refinement and artistic refinements ", the Province and the Foundation Losseau open the doors of a Centre of interpretation of the inheritance left by this lawyer Mehmood.
An adapted scenography, referring to the universe of the Library and the cabinet of curiosities, allows you to address the concerns and the passions of Losseau, the art nouveau that he so loved, his magnificent collection of medals and the episode of the Discovery of the original edition of a season in the hell of Rimbaud.
Hainaut Literature Centre
On the second floor, a rich centre of Hainaut literature welcomes students, researchers, readers interested in the literature and history of Hainaut. Featuring comfortable viewing and reading spaces, a place dedicated to comics and literature for youth, it also presents, opened on the magnificent garden of the house, the Fonds Léon Losseau, Charles Plisnier and Claire Lejeune in a completely renovated environment.
Tours for groups and guided tours on request.
Visitors with specific needs
The Maison Losseau is one of the many sites certified by Access-i (meaning with facilities or/activities adapted to travellers with specific needs). You will find more details on the website to plan your visit.
The Mons Card, to see the best of the Mons-Borinage region from 18€
The Mons Card is the perfect way to explore the Mons-Borinage region.
Please check the opening times, booking tips and recommendations with them (either via their website or by contacting them directly) before visiting. Remember to check the border and quarantine regulations before travelling.
Click here to see the list of attractions now reopened.