Museum of Public Transport of Wallonia

More than two centuries of history of mobility: yesterday's carriages to urban transport of the future.

The Transport Museum explores the history of urban transport in the Liège region and in Wallonia from the 18th century to today. The museum presents about fifty vehicles: horse-drawn carriages, horse-drawn and electric trams, trolleybuses, buses, etc. Historical documents, soundscapes, interactive and audiovisual devices complete the exhibition.

The museum is not only looking to the past, it also presents the challenges of mobility today as well as innovative projects in Belgium and in the world in terms of sustainable mobility.


Groups can freely explore the museum by using the audio guide, available in four languages, or opt for a visit with a specialized guide. The tour can include the permanent collection or a temporary exhibition. It can also be adapted to specific requests. Groups can combine their museum visit (guided or otherwise) with a “gourmet break” in the cafeteria. Two formulas are proposed: the afternoon snack or the cold dish.

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The Transport Museum offers a rich and varied program of school activities around the theme of sustainable mobility: animation game, creative activity, city tour, animation for scientific awakening or visits in combination with other museums. Animations have been adapted for all ages. A visit to our museum inspires reflection on the evolution of mobility in urban environments, on what mobility is today, at home and around the world, and invites us to look to the future!

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The museum has excellent facilities that enable the reception and organization of a wide range of events, such as seminars, receptions, conferences, … Your events, large or small, are enhanced by the exceptional framework of the museum. The museum offers different spaces:
– The auditorium: audiovisual room with 126 seats equipped with all necessary equipment for the correct organization of a conference or seminar;
– The cafeteria, which can accommodate up to 70 people, has a bar and an adjacent professional kitchen;
– The 3500 m² permanent exhibition space, which can accommodate 700 seated and more than 1000 standing people. This open space is very flexible and allows you to organize varied events.

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Practical information

Museum of Public Transport of Wallonia

Rue Richard Heintz, 9
4020 Liège

  • Museums to live with family!label marmaille
  • Accessible to bicycleslabel velo
  • Classification des attractions en Wallonie (4)4 soleils
  • Accessible to people with special needslabel velo
  • Discounts for vulnerable peoplelabel velo

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