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Click here to see the list of attractions now reopened.
Le Mill manages the town of La Louvière's art collection, with over a thousand pieces either on show or archived. Amongst this rich cultural heritage, visitors can discover sculptures and drawings by Romanian artist Idel Ianchelevici's sculptures and drawings.
Le MiLL, the former courthouse of the city, owns the largest collection of artworks by sculptor Idel Ianchelevici. The architecture of this former court of justice, the colour of its walls, reflect the masterpieces beautifully
Temporary exhibitions and activities
The rooms on the first floor are dedicated to temporary exhibitions. Most are contemporary with some themes offering an insight into several disciplines.
The museum also organises school activities, guided tours and creative workshops for children. It can also be rented for private events.
Visitors with specific needs
Please click here to see the list of facilities and activities accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. Wallonia has developed the Access-i program to give travellers a clear understanding of what the infrastructures offer.
Please note, on this site:
- If you are blind or visually impaired: explore the permanent collections by touching the sculptures. There also is an option to join a clay workshop.
- If you are deaf or hard of hearing: solo discovery of the museum with an audio-visual tool offering subtitles + guided tour of the galleries (and of some of the temporary exhibitions) in sign language
- If you have difficulties understanding: solo discovery of the museum with an "easy to read" leaflet. A guided tour and clay workshop also is an option for groups. The visit is interactive and includes didactic games and multi-sensory media to make the learning easier and more fun. Every participant leaves with their own sculpture.
- Access for PRM (autodeclared)
- Cycle rack