The splendid Grand Curtius uses the thoroughly renovated mansion of a 17th-century Liège entrepreneur to unite four discrete museum...
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...
Less a museum than a magnificently furnished 1755 Regency mansion with original stucco ceilings and some gilded leather ‘wallpaper’,...
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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Arms Museum information
In this neo-classical mansion built in 1775, the Musée d'Armes (opened in 1885) houses a complete collection of armaments. With over 11,000 objects, it's the second largest of its kind in Europe. As well as getting the lowdown on Liège manufacturing history, we're treated to such highlights as 15th-century guns, a prehistoric axe and Napoleon memorabilia.