The Archeoforum of Liege
Located beneath the Saint-Lambert Square, the Archaeoforum of Liege is an archaeological site of 3,725 m² which traces each stage of the Liege’s history, from prehistory to the most recent periods. Discover the foundations of the former Saint-Lambert cathedral and the remains of a Gallo-Roman villa through an exciting visit.
The Aquarium-Museum of Liege
The Aquarium-Museum invites you to discover the aquatic and terrestrial fauna under different facets. At the Aquarium, you will get to know more than 150 animal species in about 50 tanks! At the Museum, admire nearly 20,000 preserved, naturalized or skeletal specimens from every continent.
From the original mine shaft, descend to -30 and -60 metres into the underground galleries to understand how the coal was extracted. Every first Friday of the month, take part in the Apéro-Mines, a visit interrupted by gourmet stops (on reservation). Children aged from 6-14 can enjoy the new playground.
The caves of Remouchamps
Enjoy the longest underground tourist navigation in the world! You will certainly fall under the spell of this return by boat on the river which crosses the lower floor of the cave, and this on a distance of 700 m. It closes the visit of a multitude of underground splendours.
Fort de Huy
Built between 1818 and 1823 on the site of a former castle, the fort was used as a detention camp guarded by the German army during the Second World War. More than 7,000 prisoners have been incarcerated there. Today, this place of memory and its museum space enlighten the visitor on the living conditions of prisoners. Also to discover: the panorama on the city of Huy and its surroundings, and a well of the 16th century.
Robertville les Bains
Dive into an outdoor swimming pool! The water of this wonderful natural site is of a rare purity. The pool is surrounded by a beautiful lawn flooded with sunshine and a sandy beach for children. In addition, different canoeing options are available on the lake.
The Hoëgne valley
The brook Hoëgne originates on the High Fen plateau at 660 m altitude near Baraque Michel. It offers fantastic walks (particularly the marked walk number 55), especially when the sun is out. Enjoy the coolness of the river in the shade of the foliage.