Abbey of Stavelot
One of the oldest monastic foundations in Belgium and exceptional heritage of Wallonia
Welcome to the Abbey of Stavelot and its site, which is listed in the exceptional heritage of Wallonia. There are plenty of interesting things to discover starting with the history of one of the oldest monastic foundations in Belgium, through the artistic world of one of the most remarkable personalities of the 19th century, the poet Guillaume Apollinaire, and finally the most beautiful racing circuit in the world.
The Abbey of Stavelot offers various group packages, ranging from half a day to a full day. The discovery of our 3 museums, the city of Stavelot or the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, accompanied by a meal or a tasting of the Saint-Remacle Brown beer are the main ingredients.
Rally organisers, hikers, excursion managers, etc. Spend an unforgettable day at the Abbey by visiting our 3 museums and surprising your taste buds in an environment full of history! Our Museum Café and our ancient rooms are waiting for you. Our theme packages will appeal to all fans of motorsport, region and history.
Visit our museums as a family, a group or with your class. Choose from among our packages the one best suited to your expectations. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us!
Stavelot Abbey is, beyond all question, a delightful destination for any type of organisation, with its wonderful cloister garden, its three museums of international standard, its prestigious rooms and its age-old cellars. The rooms can accommodate from 15 to 500 persons. Packages combining seminars, museum visits, activities, meals, etc. can be tailored to your requirements. Events can also be specifically developed in the cloister, museums, garden, remains, etc. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
People with special needs
Stavelot Abbey is labeled Access-i and is accessible to everyone: easy parking in front of the abbey, adapted counter, three museums with easy access (lifts and ramps), visits with audio guides …
Abbey of Stavelot
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