TreM.a – Museum of Ancient Arts

Treasures from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

TreM.a presents treasures from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Among the masterpieces on display are the paintings of Henri Bles, 16th century Mosan landscape painter, the sculptures of the master of Waha and the Treasury of Oignies, an exceptional collection of 13th-century goldsmithing.

The booklet “Insights on Permanent Collections” is available at the entrance to guide you through your discoveries.


Guided tours are offered around permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. They are only organized by reservation and are aimed at groups of max. 8 people per guide. The visit lasts approximately one hour and allows you to get to know the works and their stories better.

Info and reservations: 081 / 77.67.54 or

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People with special needs have access to the various temporary exhibition halls and the toilets.

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Schools (nursery, primary and secondary education):

Animations: painting, sculpture, goldsmiths, symbolism of animals, scientific techniques, treasure of Oignies … They are all organized in the museum and are supplemented by an artistic workshop.

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In addition to the children’s exploration books, available free of charge at the museum desk, various activities are organized for families: discovery of the history of the Treasure of Oignies through a shadow show, birthday at the museum.

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Practical information

TreM.a – Museum of Ancient Arts

Rue de Fer 24
5000 Namur

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