Local history museum

  • Musée du terroir Moresnet

The local history museum was opened in 1999. Located in an ancient farrier’s forge dating from 1638 in the centre of the village of Moresnet, it shows the history, old professions and different aspects of the cultural and social life of Moresnet and its region. A permanent exhibition traces the turbulent history of the railway viaduct since its construction in 1914, through its successive destructions during the Second World War, until its renovation completed in 2004. Two other rooms house themed exhibitions. This year, 2010, they are the « old professions » (carpenter, clog maker, blacksmith, shoemaker and butcher) and « housing in the 1950s ».

  • Touring languages :
    • French
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    • Groups welcome
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  • Languages spoken :
    • French