Route de Chôdes 1
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Half-timbered house from the end of the 17th century, which originally had a thatch roof. This modest house which has been completely redone now houses a small museum at the first floor. It represents the reconstruction of a "peasant" interior during the French Revolution. The Maison Vinette would later become the "headquarters" of the general revolt of the inhabitants of Malmédy against the French occupying forces.
Free visit, only outdoors.
Tourist information on the town MALMEDY
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- LA PARADA "EDUCATIONAL HORSE FARM"
- Guillaume Apollinaire Museum
- Musée de la Ville d'eaux
- Blegny-Mine, coal mine and UNESCO world heritage site
- Modave Castle