Église Collégiale St-Barthélemy
This large Rhenish-style church has twin Saxon-style towers and a cream-and-cerise exterior. It houses a famous 1118 baptismal font...
The splendid Grand Curtius uses the thoroughly renovated mansion of a 17th-century Liège entrepreneur to unite four discrete museum...
In this neo-classical mansion built in 1775, the Musée d'Armes (opened in 1885) houses a complete collection of armaments. With over...
This cosy restaurant, tucked away in a hidden yet central alley – worth a wander at any time – serves up menus that are eccentrically...
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Musée d’Ansembourg information
Less a museum than a magnificently furnished 1755 Regency mansion with original stucco ceilings and some gilded leather ‘wallpaper’, highlights include four original 17th-century Oudenaarde tapestries. Explanations are very cursory so you could easily see all 18 rooms in around 20 minutes.