Musée de la Ville d'eaux
Avenue Reine Astrid 77 B
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Located in the Villa Royale, residence of Maire-Henriette, wife of Leopold II, the Musée de la Ville d'Eaux reveals the history of Spa.
The museum invites you to discover the history of the pearl of the Ardennes through its magnificent collection of "Jolites" or Bois de Spa (Spa wood), from the 17th century to the present day, and through old posters, engravings and various objects that evoke the activities of Europe's oldest thermal town.
Game book for children
A game book is offered for children, so that they can set off and explore the museum in a fun way, as part of the Marmaille&Co project.
The book costs €1.
Organise your visit
Everyday from 2pm to 6pm.
Closed during the winter period.
Can be open to groups upon request.
Children aged 6 to 15: €1.
Seniors, students and persons with reduced mobility: €3.
Guide in French, Dutch and English: €25.
Free entry every first Sunday of the month.
Currently, only the ground floors are open to persons with reduced mobility, meaning access limited to the "Jolites" permanent exhibition, the whole of the Horse museum and the whole of the park.
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