Musée d'Art Réligieux et d'Art Mosan
Musée de la Vie Wallonne
In an adapted convent-cloister building, this imaginative, modern museum takes visitors on a fascinating amble through the region’s...
Montagne de Bueren
Several tiny medieval passageways burrow beneath the house fronts of Rue Hors Chateau, most disappearing into hidden yards. However, the...
Former Palace of The Prince-Bishops
The Palais des Princes Evêques (former palace of prince-bishops) boasts a mishmash of styles: the facade is Italian Renaissance in parts...
Taverne à Pilori
The most traditional of many tree-shaded terraced cafés on Place du Marché facing the Perron Fountain and City Hall.
Specialises in rich Walloon cuisine with ultragenerous portions, attentive service and reasonable prices. Note the restaurant's apt logo...
Musée d'Art Réligieux et d'Art Mosan information
Lonely Planet review
Just steps away from the Museum of Walloon Life, is the excellent Musée d'Art Réligieux et d'Art Mosan. Spanning several floors, this museum is chock-full of well-preserved religious relics and paintings from the region. Start on the 3rd floor - home to glowing 16th-century statues of St Hubert, the region's patron saint of hunters - then weave your way down. On the 2nd floor, note the worn but nevertheless delicate wood carving of the Vierge (Virgin) that dates right back to 1070.