Your children are archaeologists for the day at Liège Archeoforum
Archéoforum de Liège
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Visit the Archeoforum with your family - archaeologists of all ages will be amazed as they discover this mysterious place.
Special offer: Enjoy the family price of €13 - for 5 people (including maximum 2 adults)
Come and discover an extraordinary archaeological site situated underneath Place Saint-Lambert. A journey into history will take you back to the origins of the city of Liège. An iPad will guide you along this journey in search of our ancestors who will accompany you on the trip.
Fun for the children
- Children from 3 to 6 years old will love venturing underground with their parents in tow in search of a mysterious journey revealing traces of cavemen, the Romans and men from the Middle Ages. Along the way, parents can tell their children about this long history, in addition to it being an opportunity to handle scale models, prehistoric objects or even solve a puzzle.
- Children from 6 to 12 years old will love, whilst venturing below the surface of the Ardent City, discovering the job of an archaeologist, in addition to travelling through history thanks to a giant timeline and an iPad. The iPad will display several characters who will reveal the surprising history of Liège and will present some riddles for them to solve. If the child manages to solve all of the riddles, a little prize will await him at the exit!
- Teenagers will enjoy discovering a mysterious place, which has witnessed the past and visiting the largest urban archaeological site in Europe with the help of the iPad, which gives them info on the job of an archaeologist and allows them to see virtual reconstructions of buildings that no longer exist.
To finish your visit
A well-stocked bookshop will enable you to consult many works (including many for the little ones) to find out more about archaeology or the history of Liège.
The Archéoforum also offers a "Children's Birthday" deal from 5 years old (page in French)
The Archéoforum in Liège is a vast, exceptional archeological site beneath the Place Saint-Lambert in the city centre.The Place is the true "historical heart" of the...