A former monastery of the Franciscans, rebuilt in the 17th century, it was entirely restored and reengineered in 2008. The cloisters are a fine example of the Mosan style which, as its name suggests, is an architectural style visible in the Meuse Valley. The museum plays host to many objects and documents related to daily life in Wallonia. Next door, Saint-Antoine, the former church of the monastery, is accessible during the temporary exhibitions that it houses. Its baroque façade, built in the 17th century, was restored in the 19th century.
Jeden Tag außer Montag 10 -18 Uhr.