A museum in the region of the Belgian Ardennes guarantees an educational afternoon, whether it’s the Museum of the Battle of the Bulge, the chocolate factory, the Museum of Agriculture or the impressive museum on the Race track of Spa-Francorchamps.
The House of Metallurgy in Liege shows you the long Belgian history in this industry. The metal industry was by far the most important economic activity in Wallonia and the museum shows how our daily life is connected with it. A part of the museum is dedicated to the energy production and supply throughout the centuries.
The House of the Land of Salm: where modern technology and history meet. Accompanied by audiovisual methods, the visitor is being immersed in the Val de Salm region. Look! Witches, goblins and elves are never far away...
Malagne - Rochefort Archeopark[Province of Namur]
Malagne is an archaeological experimenting centre where in summer, kids and adults can try out the life and the techniques of our ancestors. Definitely worth a visit with your family!
In the Ardennes, the former abbey of Malmedy has made way for a museum, workshop and exhibition complex with tons of history and culture from Malmedy to display.
The museums of the City of Waters evoke four centuries of the history of Spa, from the birth of hydrotherapy, to the beautiful arts and crafts, and not to mention the presence of Queen Marie-Henriette from 1895 to 1902.
The Préhistomuseum is an interactive and offbeat museum that brings together nature, heritage and science in the listed Ramioul forest. There are activities for everyone, especially for families. It has all you need for a wonderful day at the gates of the Ardennes.
Riveo displays the fauna and flora of the Ourthe thanks to its 16 aquariums, its 12 meter long reconstructed river arm and a panoramic view on a pond that enables you to get to know more about this fantastic underwater world.