Chaussée Freddy Terwagne 132a
4480 HERMALLE-SOUS-HUY (ENGIS)
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These days, the postman does his tour in less than half a day! And in the past? What were the dangers of his profession? His means of defence? Since when does the post exist? Why is the horn the symbol? How did they disinfect the mail in times of epidemics? The Museum answers these questions and many others. For the moment this is the only evidence of the history of the postal service in the French speaking part of Belgium.
You will also admire those instruments that were necessary to create messages: pens, feathers, penholders, inkpots, calligraphies and various machines retracing the history of writing.
From 3300 BC until today, two interesting aspects in the history of humanity unveil themselves for you...
Closed on 1/1 and 25/12.
Parking for buses in front of the church Saint-Martin.
Duration of the visit: 1h30.
During the week by appointment for groups.
The visit (duration: 1h30) is always guided (on Saturday at 2.30 pm, 4 pm and 6 pm and on Sunday at 11.30 am, 2 pm, 4 pm and 6 pm), and is suitable for children as well as adults!
Accessible to wheelchair users by appointment.
On request: culinary specialities for groups (8-70 persons).
Old recipes at the tavern: from the 5th to the 19th c.
See sections Museums and Spare time "Museum and Library of Gastronomy"
or "Farmhouse of Hermalle-sous-Huy" and events
Combined visit to the Musée de la Gourmandise and the Post museum: € 7,-/pers. only for groups.
Tourist information on the town ENGIS
Visit our partners' webpages
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- Crystal Discovery at the Val Saint Lambert Castle
- Guillaume Apollinaire Museum
- Liège Archeoforum - Ardent City Remnants & Archeological Museum