General practical information
15 January to 30 June and 1 September to 15 December
- Tuesday to Friday: 9.30am to 5pm
- Sundays and bank holidays: 2pm to 6pm (apart from Mondays and Saturdays)
- The Museum is closed from 16 December to 14 January
- Monday to Saturday: 9.30am to 5pm
- Sundays and bank holidays: 2pm to 6pm
The museum’s visit last around 1 hour. We informe you that the last tickets will be sold 30 minuts before we are closed.
E 411 motorway (Brussels-Luxembourg), Libramont or Verlaine exit. In Libramont, follow signs for “Musée des Celtes”.
Car park in front of the Museum (car, coach)
Disabled parking is in front of the Museum.
N.B. Visitors with limited mobility should be aware that the museum is housed in a former rectory on two floors and is only accessible via stairs.
Brussels-Arlon-Luxembourg line, Libramont stop. The Museum is a 10-minute walk from the station. As you leave the station, cross the railway line then take the first road on the left. Go straight on until the Place Communale.
Plan your train or bus journey here.Route by train
N.B.: cash only
- Adult : 5 euros
- Child (6 to 12 years) : 2 euros
- Child (under 6 years) : free
Audio-guides are included in the entry price for the Museum.
Group (min. 10 people)
- Schools : 2 euros
- Adults / seniors : 3 euros
Article 27: €1.25 + ticket (no ticket if not on a guided tour)
Exhibition in French. Translation available in Dutch and English.
“Lerarenkaart” card, “Attractions et Tourisme” passport, 2016 Wallonie-Bruxelles Pass, “ICOM” card, member of the “CRAA”, PROF card.
ArchéoPass card, “Cadeaux de vacances” voucher, “PasarPas” card or voucher, “Camping+” card, “Leerlingenkaart” card, “Auberges de Jeunesse” card, “SW” card, “l’avenir” card.
Visites Passion Wallonie card:
adults: -€2, children: -€1
Other payment methods possible: “Chèques Sport & Culture”.
Reductions cannot be combined.
First Sunday of the month: free entry.
Available for you
Whether you’re coming on your own, with your family or with friends, there are a number of options available to you depending on your needs, both in terms of the exhibition itself and the facilities.
To find out more, please see the specific practical information for you in the relevant “Families”, “Groups” or “Individuals” section, or for any specific needs you may have in “Whoever you are”.
In any case, a number of audiovisual options are available:
- A free audio-guide to enhance your visit (an item of your personal belongings may be requested as a deposit).
- An interactive sound station to listen to sounds from times gone by,
- A video corner.
The Museum of the Celts is recognised by the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. This means that we have to comply with the code drawn up for the benefit of users:
Where are we ?
Musée des Celtes
Place communale 1
B – 6800 Libramont
Phone/Fax : +32/(0)61 22 49 76