LOCAL MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF VISÉ
Rue du Collège 31
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Ancient convent of the Sépulcrines, rebuilt after the war of 1914-1918, Meuse Renaissance style.
Archaeology: prehistory, Gallo-Roman and Merovingian eras, modern times.
History: medieval city, castles, architecture, dynasty, 20th century wars, military objects.
Folk: the guilds of Visé, ancient crafts, l'Oie - local artists.
Audiovisual showings on Visé on request, and DVD trail (by car) on the 17th century, the First World War, the rural heritage and the archaeological discoveries.
Open during the exhibitions from Tuesday to Sunday (2 pm - 6 pm).
Closed on Mondays, from 20 December to 10 January and during the week preceding and following an exhibition.
Guided visits (10-30 persons). Duration: 30 to 90 min. Languages: FR and NL. Reservation required.
Open for school by appointment (from 9 am), tel.: +32 (0)4/374 85 63 or +32 (0)4/379 79 03.
The Museum also suggests car trails with video showings on the 17th century (60 km), on World War One (120 km), on local products and flavours (125 km) and on archaeological heritage (90 km).
Leaflet on request.
Tourist information on the town VISE
Visit our partners' webpages
- The Mystery Discoveries of Comblain
- Plopsa Coo - The Theme Park in the Belgian Ardennes
- Closure of the Ramioul Prehistosite - Prehitomuseum opens in 2015
- Guillaume Apollinaire Museum
- Spa-Francorchamps Racetrack Museum