The Museum is open every day.
(28 October 2019 to 30 March 2020): 10 am to 5 pm (last admission at 4 pm)
(31 March 2020 to 26 October 2021): 10 am to 6 pm (last admission at 5 pm)
The Museum is closed on 24, 25 and 31 December 2020 and on 1 January 2021.
128, rue de la Grotte /// 4400 Flémalle - Liège
En train ///
Take a train to Flémalle station (timetable), then take TEC bus n°45 (timetable) or a further 20 minutes by bike
Take the train to Engis station, then a further 10 minutes by bike
En bus ///
TEC Liège- Verviers - Line 9 leaving from Liège Opéra, to the “RAMIOUL Grottes” stop – See timetables
En voiture ///
Motorway E42, exit n°4 “Flémalle”
Latitude: 50.579246 | Longitude: 5.426674
The Préhistomuseum is
20 minutes from Liège
40 minutes from Namur
60 minutes from Brussels
Se loger ///
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Visitors with specific needs ///
The Préhistomuseum is a museum linked to an archaeological site situated in a listed natural valley. Its topography is therefore not ideal for anyone with mobility problems.
Everything has been done, however, to offer the best possible welcome to all visitors and to cater for any specific needs they may have.
Admission to the museum is free to those accompanying persons with specific needs.
Guide and/or support dogs are admitted.
Click on the following links (https://www.access-i.be/batiments-sites/prehistomuseum and https://access-city.be/audit/962) to access the detailed access assessments for the Préhistomuseum carried out by ACCESS-I and Acess City.
Every effort is made to offer the best possible welcome to visitors with specific needs.
Access by car
Reserved PRM parking spaces are provided at the drop-off point and in car park P1.
It is also easy to drop a visitor at the drop-off point then park in one of the car parks below.
Access to the main building and restaurant building.
Both these buildings are fully PRM accessible.
In view of the natural slope of the site, however, we recommend you have someone to accompany you.
Access to the indoor exhibitions
The 3 indoor exhibitions are fully accessible, in terms of both layout and visitor experience.
Access to the outdoor experiences
The various experiences taking place across the 30-hectare site are very varied in their nature. The Museum attendants are trained to answer all your questions and advise you on the best itinerary for access to the various experiences.
Access to museum contents
The Museum organises hands-on workshops led by archaeologist mediators. These workshops offer activities that engage all the five senses, and can therefore be enjoyed by those with mental, visual, auditory or motor impairment. The Museum’s archaeologist mediators naturally tailor their message to their visitor audience.
Please go to the Reception desk in the main building on arrival.
Feel free to call 04 275 49 75 for advice from our reception and booking service in advance of your visit
Our Education Service can suggest bespoke visits for groups.
We have staff members who are trained signers (available on request)
A wheelchair is available.
Cane-seats are also available.