Liège Archeoforum - Ardent City Remnants & Archeological Museum
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The Archéoforum in Liège is a vast, exceptional archeological site beneath the Place Saint-Lambert in the city centre.
The Place is the true "historical heart" of the Ardent City and reveals traces of a past going back several thousands of years.
The Archeoforum offers a visit to the remains discovered during a series of archaeological excavations under the Place between 1907 and the present day.
An unusual route tells the story of the city's history in a modern and educational dramatisation.
You will discover, among other things, prehistoric objects, a Gallo-Roman villa and numerous remains from the Saint-Lambert cathedral, a vast Gothic construction demolished by the people of Liège at the end of the old regime.
Interactive visits with an iPad
On its 10th anniversary, the Archeoforum offers a new decor and the use of interactive iPads.
Enjoy an interactive visit of between 30 minutes and 2 hours where you can tailor the visit to your own interests.
Term time: Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
School holidays: Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
Closed on Sundays and Mondays and on official bank holidays.
Booking from Monday to Friday from 9am to 12pm.
Visit with an iPad in French, Dutch, German or English.
- Family, from 3 to 5 people, maximum 2 parents: €13pp,
- Children over 6, students and senior citizens: €5pp,
- Adults: €6pp,
- Free for children under 6.
Groups with a minimum of 10 people when booked in advance.
In French and Dutch.
- Adults: €6pp,
- School group: €3pp.
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