At the beginning of the 1960s, the city of Liege decided to equip itself with a modern library. This was integrated in 1963 into a cultural complex consisting of an auditorium, an exhibition centre, a creative workshop and administrative offices.
In 1970, the cultural centre Les Chiroux was inaugurated and a precursor of a future-oriented cultural policy.
The name Chiroux - swallows in Walloon - comes from the former street name. The building houses the Liege cultural centre Les Chiroux, the Chiroux library and the media library of the Liege Province.
Two car parks are available nearby: Kennedy car park (75 spaces) and Saint-Paul car park (400 spaces).
The opening hours of our offices on the fourth floor:
Monday to Thursday: 9 am-12.30 pm and 2 pm-5 pm.
Friday: 9 am-1 pm (afternoons by appt. only).
Exhibitions : Wednesday to Saturday: 2 pm-6 pm.
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