"GRAND MOULIN" OF ARENBERG AND PORPHYRY MUSEUM
Rue du Docteur Colson 8
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The Arenberg mill bears testimony of the past and has today become a major cultural centre. It is part of the gems of the Walloon Brabant heritage. In the heart of the village, this ancient mill stands at the border of the Senne and has conserved the impressive machinery which brings the paddle wheel in action. The tourist office is located on the ground floor. The Mill houses the permanent porphyry - stone extracted from the Quarry of Quenast - museum on the first floor and on the 3 spacious floors, there is an entire exhibition programme all year round up to the Christmas market (2nd weekend of December).
Open according to the exhibition programme - info: +32 (0)67/63 70 67
Open from Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5 pm.
Closed on Monday.
On weekends in July and August from 2 pm to 6 pm.
The Tourist Office invites you for a discovery visit at the "Grand Moulin". The site is open to individuals during the high season, and all year round we offer a large choice of guided visits for groups. Spend an afternoon or a day in Rebecq: excursion with the Petit Train du Bonheur, walk to the Porphyry quarry of Quenast, guided tour of the village...
INDICE PASSE-PARTOUT: 150321
Children younger than 12: free during the weekend.
Tourist information on the town REBECQ
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