You might generally associate Limburg with nature. We may not be the province with the greatest art cities, but there is no lack of culture!
Mine, mine, mine
No period has influenced Limburg to the extent that the mining era did. And nowhere else in Flanders will you find as much mining heritage as in Limburg. Nowadays the mine sites of yesteryear have become interesting places that have been reinterpreted with respect for the past.
The first town in Belgium
The first town in Belgium is in Limburg! Nowhere else can you see so many remnants of Roman history than on the streets of Tongeren. Get ready to step back in time for a day.
Think art belongs only in a museum? Not in Limburg. Here you can find art anywhere, even outdoors in nature during a walk. The works of art give an extra dimension to the landscape they are in.
Small stories from a Great War
World War I and Limburg? “What do they have to do with one another?” you might think. That was in western Flanders. But the war had an impact in Limburg too. It may not be the big stories from the front line, but it is the small stories from a Great War that leave an impression.
Make your way through one kilometre of steel corridors on C-mine square and discover the numerous spaces which allow you to experience the surroundings from new perspectives.
Behind the installation are two young designers, the art and architects duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, who have already surprised the region with their ‘see-through church’ in Borgloon.
Château de la Motte
style. The castle farm has been rebuilt in neogothic style.
Sint-Eucheriuskapel van Brustem
come here to worship Saint Bertilia, one of
the so-called “driegezusters” or three sisters.
Dacia Felix - The Glorious Past of Romania
In other words: come widen your horizons in a unique exhibition for the whole family. After all, you didn’t think Dacia was just the name of a car, did you?