Museum of the Celts

place Communale, 1
6800 Libramont

tel.: +32 (0) 61 / 22 49 76

A unique museum dedicated to the Celts in Belgium.

The Museum of the Celts makes you discover the daily life of the Gauls and the Celts, but also the heritage they left through models, reconstructions, interactive displays and, of course, remarkable archaeological items such as: crockery, tools, jewellery sets, weapons, etc.
Circa 470 years before our era, the Celts lived on the high plateaus of our Ardennes. All the latest archaeological research testify to a particularly original culture. Did you know, for instance, that some deceased were buried with their chariot, that the Celts had their own toilet bag and that Halloween finds its roots in that period?

Audio guides - Bookshop - Library

The Museum of the Celts offers audio guides (FR) made by children to its young visitors during their visit! From 6 to 12 years.

Opening times 2018:

  • Open from 15th January to 30th July and from 1st September to 15th December from Tuesday to Friday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, on Sundays from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Open on 25th May, 21st July, 15th August and 1st November from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Open from 1st July to 31st Augustus from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm and on Sundays from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Prices 2018:

  • Adult/Senior: 5 €
  • Child - 6 years: free
  • Child 6 -12 years: 2 €
  • Audio guides: free
  • Admission is free on the first sunday of every month

Prices group 2018:

  • Adults / seniors group (min. 10 pers.): 3 €/pers.
  • School visit (min. 10 pers.): 2 €/pers.

Special visits for blind and partially sighted people but also for special education programs pupils (video).