Accueil

Saint Hubert’s Basilica


place de l'Abbaye, 1
6870 Saint-Hubert

tel: +32 (0)61/61 23 88
accueil@basiliquesainthubert.be
http://basilique-sainthubert.be

Exceptional heritage of Wallonia, and a major pilgrimage centre in the middle of the Ardenne Forest, the beauty and elegance of Saint-Hubert’s basilica surprises visitors.

Several abbey churches, each one successively larger, followed each other at Saint-Hubert. They served the purpose both for monastic practices and for pilgrims’ devotion. The first foundations originated in the 7th century. The current building was, for the most part, built in the 16th century.The Baroque facade from the beginning of the 18th century contrasts with the elongated gothic interior, which is pure light and colour.
Several holy relics reside in the treasury chapel. It is noted that the relics of Saint-Hubert were moved to a location still unknown. 

Opening hours:

0pen everyday from Easter to all Saint's 'day from 9 a.m to 6 p.m and from all Saints' day to Easter from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Permanent exhibition about the Saint Hubert's faith and the rebuilging of Saint Hubert's basilica.

Rates 2017:

  • Free entrance except for guided tours.
  • Audio guide FR/NL/EN/DE/CH : 2€ / pers.

Groups rates 2017:

  • Free entrance except for guided tours.
  • Audio guide FR/NL/EN/DE/CH : 2€ / pers.
  • Guided tour at the basilica:1,50€ / pers. (under 18 years old: free entrance) - FR/NL/EN/DE
  • Guided tour at the roof timbers and church towers (around 10 people: no child under 10 years old): 2,50€ / pers. - FR/EN

Thank you for taking contact, in advance, with the basilica keeper.