Visit : Museum/Discover, Industrial Heritage
Liège Public Transport Museum
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Rue Richard Heintz 9
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The Liège Public Transport Museum invites you to discover or resdiscover the vehicles that grace our roads. A journey through time guaranteed!
Set in a former tramway depot, around 40 vehicles, namely horse-drawn carriages, trams and trolley buses, retrace the history of mobility from the 18th century to the present day.
You will be astonished at the variety of collections on display, including horse-drawn carriages to electric tramways and buses used since 1875 and to the present day. You will also be able to discover a rich collection of vehicles, historic objects, uniforms, scale models and iconographic documents.
The museum, driven by a dynamic spirit, also organised transport-themed exhibitions, guided tours and entertainment, in addition to tourist visits in vintage buses. You can also hire out different spaces in the museum or vehicles for your events.
Organising your visit
The Museum of Public Transport is open from 1 March to 30 November.
Monday-Friday from 9am to 12 noon and 1.30pm to 5pm.
Weekends and public holidays from 2pm to 6pm.
The museum bookshop is also open for visitors during December, January and February, Monday-Friday from 9am to 12 noon and 1pm to 5pm.
Free entry into the museum on the first Sunday of every month!
Visitors can enjoy exploring the museum along with an audio-guide, which is available in 3 different levels of knowledge and in French, Dutch, German and English, or a fun booklet.
Group visits - by reservation only.
The museum also offers the option to organise an educational activity, aimed at teaching primary school children about sustainable mobility, or to celebrate a child's birthday with games and entertainment at the museum.
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