Musée de l'Art Wallon
From outside, this museum is a 1980s concrete travesty. Within, however, clever design creates a spiral of gallery spaces ideal for...
Less a museum than a magnificently furnished 1755 Regency mansion with original stucco ceilings and some gilded leather ‘wallpaper’,...
In this neo-classical mansion built in 1775, the Musée d'Armes (opened in 1885) houses a complete collection of armaments. With over...
In the days of Jacques Brel Café Chantants were common – simple pubs where crooner, pianist and accordionist sang for their beer. Today...
This cosy restaurant, tucked away in a hidden yet central alley, serves up menus that are eccentrically designed around a regularly...
La Batte information
This Sunday morning market stretches along 1.5km (0.9mi) of river quays (the word 'batte' is old Walloon for 'quay'). Locals and tourists alike frequent here for their weekly food shop, bric-a-brac, exotic birds and fishes, farmyard animals, household goods, old books and other fantastic treasures. Haggling is allowed.