MICHELIN Travel Discover the world
Home > > > > > > Tourist attractions

Leaving for Belgium

Advertisement

Modify the search

Tourist attractions

Mots-clés
Green Guide Stars

Green Guide Stars

Distance

Distance

Catégories

Star rating

Tourist attractions Saint-Hubert

Enlarge map

Sort by :

  • distance
  • rating
  • 1 St-Michel Foundry Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Fourneau Saint Michel B - 6870 Saint-Hubert

    This foundry lies among wooded hills in the verdant Masblette Valley. A Benedictine community was previously resident here; in the 18C, the last abbot of St Hubert, Nicolas Spirlet, established a metalworks here. In 1966 it was acquired by the local ..

  • 2 Wallonia Rural Life Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Fourneau St-Michel B - 6870 Saint-Hubert

    Situated on the site of the St-Michel ironworks, this 40-ha open-air museum consists of old country houses representing Wallonia's various regions and laid out along a path that stretches for about 2km. There is also a little school, a chapel, a prin..

  • 3 Basilica of St Hubert Interesting

    Religious buildings

    pl. de l'Abbaye 1 B - 6870 Saint-Hubert

    This is the former church of the Benedictine abbey, founded in the 7C. In the Brabant Gothic style, it was rebuilt in 1526 following a fire. An imposing 25m in height, the interior is striking, with stonework in pink, grey and ochre below brick vault..

  • 4 Iron and Ancient Metallurgy Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Fourneau St-Michel B - 6870 Saint-Hubert

    The old ironmaster's house is now a museum displaying metal objects (fixed tables, locks, religious objects, traps) and tools used by nail makers, blacksmiths, wheelwrights and coopers. The blast furnace and forge with various types of bellows help t..

  • 5 P-J Redoute Museum

    Museums and art

    Fourneau St-Michel B - 6870 Saint-Hubert

    This museum lies in another section of the ironmaster's house. It is devoted to the "Raphael of Flowers" Pierre-Joseph Redouté (born in St-Hubert in 1759) and his brother Henri-Joseph, who participated in Napoleon's Egyptian expedition.

Top of page