Wallonia Public Transport Museum

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Climb aboard for over two centuries of transport history!

The museum explores the history of urban transport in Liège and Wallonia from the 18th century to current day, with around 50 vehicles - carriages, trams, trolleybuses and more – on show at the former, entirely refurbished tramway depot. The exhibition also features historical documents, sound effects, interactive experiences and audiovisual displays.

The museum looks to the future too, with a life-size model of Liège's future tram and details including routes, stations, urban planning and project stakeholders in a fun, interactive layout.

Last but not least, a special area is dedicated to sustainable transport and the many innovative project ongoing in Belgium and around the world.

The museum offers:
  • tailored tours
  • an app including an audio guide and fun family itineraries (FR, NL)
  • a fun museum discovery booklet (FR, NL)
  • audio guides in 4 languages (EN, FR, NL and DE)
  • children's birthday parties.
  • By car: follow directions to Liège, "Vennes-Fétinne" quarter • By bus: nr 4, 26 or 31 ("Hôtel de Police" stop).
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