Piconrue Museum and Legend Museum in Bastogne
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Located in Bastogne, this museum invites you to discover the ethnographic heritage, legends and religious art of the Ardennes and Luxembourg.
The Piconrue Museum
The museum's exhibition rooms are currently closed. Don't miss the inauguration of the new museum route in July 2014. Its theme will be stages of life and rites of passage in the society of the past, from a contemporary viewpoint.
While you wait, the temporary exhibition spaces will open their doors on 22 September 2013.
Several times a year, the museum organises an exhibition on aspects of life and mentalities in the Ardennes and Luxembourg.
On the programme: Attic life (22 September 2013); 1914-1918 - War and religion in Belgian Luxembourg (18 October 2013); Ardennes and Brittany, distant sisters (22 December 2013).
The Legend Museum
Located in one wing of the Piconrue Museum, The Legend Museum offers a visit dedicated to popular legends and beliefs from the Ardennes: the wild hunter, the four sons of Aymon, the devil, the werewolf, nutons (Walloon hobgoblins) and fairies.
Visiting the museum
- Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm
- Last admission at 5pm
Closed every year on 1 January and 24, 25 & 31 December.
The centre for documentation and archives is open on request.
Senior citizens, teachers, students, disabled people: €3
12 to 18 years old: €1.50
Free for children under 12.
Free for schools.
Groups of at least 10 people: €3pp.
Free on the first Sunday of the month.
Guided tours and educational activities are available on request.
Disabled visitors: Accessible for disabled people.
Tourist information on the town BASTOGNE