Archeosite® and Museum in Aubechies
Rue de l'Abbaye 1y
7972 AUBECHIES (BELOEIL)
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Journey 5,000 years back into the past with the Aubechies Archeosite. Discover the lives of generations through archeological remains.
The Archeosite is like an open-air museum, showing you the lives of successive populations of these regions through re-creations based on the findings from numerous archaeological digs.
Prehistory is illustrated by settlements from the Neolithic period to the second Iron Age, via the Bronze Age.
A Gallic house will introduce you to the Gallo-Roman period, represented by a temple, a necropolis, a villa and a barge (flat-bottomed boat).
From mid-April to mid-October, the site comes alive with artisan activities each Sunday.
Closed every year between Christmas and New Year.
Group tours, by reservation, in French, Dutch and English available all year round.
Ad hoc tours (3 times a day) are available for family groups of 5 people or more. The visit takes roughly an hour (tour in French only).
These tours are available on Sundays and public holidays between mid-April and mid-October, and every day in July and August.
Site accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Dogs admitted if on a lead.
Shop: selling books, jewellery and reproductions of archaeological objects.
Special weekend events: Les Feux de Beltaine (last weekend in June) and the Have a Go at Archaeology Weekend (last weekend in August).
Children younger than 4 years: admission free.
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