Feudal Castle of Moha

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages

Raised on a rocky outcrop, the residence of the Counts of Moha and Dasbourg was a formidable fortress.

Owned by the Princes-Bishops of Liège around 1225, the castle did not resist the attack from the neighbouring Hutois in 1376.

In 1992, the association “Friends of the feudal castle of Moha” was created for the preservation and animation of the remains.

In addition to consolidation work, events punctuate the life of the castle, among which the Festivals of the Novena and the story Walks during the second weekend of September.

The activities and visits allow visitors to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.


Various formulas, from the tour to the one-day package, are proposed to discover the feudal castle of Moha, as well as the other treasures of the “Burdinale Mehaigne” region.

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An immersion of a few hours or a day in the heart of the Middle Ages? We offer fun activities for children from 6 to 12 years around different themes (Middle Ages, sensory experience, past / present).

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Practical information

Feudal Castle of Moha

Rue du Madot 98
4520 Moha

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