Practical information


Le Grand Curtius
Féronstrée, 136 - 4000 Liège 
Quai de Maestricht, 13 - 4000 Liège
Tel : +32 (0)4 221 68 17

Opening hours
Monday 10:00-18:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:00-18:00
Thursday 10:00-18:00
Friday 10:00-18:00
Saturday 10:00-18:00
Sunday 10:00-18:00

Permanent collections
Adult: €9
Seniors, groups, unemployed individuals: €5
Article 27: €1.25

Free entry
For those aged under 26.
The 1st Sunday of the month for everyone.
For accompanied school groups located in the Liège area and for students from Saint-Luc and the Académie de Liège.

How to come to the Grand Curtius

By bus

Take a line 1 or line 4 TEC bus. Alight at “Place des Déportés, just 100 metres from the entrance to the Grand Curtius.

By train

From Gare des Guillemins, take a TEC bus on line 1 (Gare des Guillemins - République française - Coronmeuse) or line 4 (Gare des Guillemins - Médiacité - Coronmeuse). Get off at the "Place des Déportés" stop, 100 metres from the entrance to the Grand Curtius. To return to Guillemins station, head for the "Place des Déportés" stop, 100 metres on the right as you leave the Grand Curtius via rue Féronstrée. Take a bus on line 1 (destination Guillemins) or line 4 (destination Guillemins) (journey time +/-15 minutes).

From Liège-Saint-Lambert station (formerly Liège Palais), get off at Place Saint-Lambert and take a TEC bus on line 1 (destination Coronmeuse) or line 4 (destination Bavière). Get off at the "Place des déportés" stop, 100 m from the museum.
To return to Liège-Saint-Lambert station, go to the "Place des Déportés" stop, 100 metres on the right as you leave the Grand Curtius. Take a bus on line 1 (destination Guillemins) or line 4 (destination Guillemins). Get off at the Saint-Lambert stop and walk back up to the Palais station (journey time +/-3 minutes).

By bicycle

Hire a bicycle, at the weekends (when the bicycle points are closed) and 24-hours-a-day during the week:

River shuttle

Between 31 March and 4 November, discover Liège in a unique way on the river shuttle!
As well as being a practical tourist attraction for discovering the city of Liège’s iconic districts, the shuttle can also be used as a means of transport.
Six stops at various strategic points from Fragnée bridge (direct access to gare des Guillemins) to Coronmeuse allow you to discover the city centre, the historic district, the Museum of Walloon Life and La Boverie park.

People with reduced mobility

The Grand Curtius is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Access-i is a not-for-profit association whose mission is to support and promote any cultural event that aims to be accessible to everyone. To do this, it has introduced an accessibility barometer. This aims to provide information about the level of accessibility, according to the needs of seven categories of people with reduced mobility. The Grand Curtius was one of 20 sites selected for the pilot phase in the province of Liège.
Access-i allows you to instantly identify the level of accessibility of a building, a site or an event relative to each category of reduced mobility. Each category of people with reduced mobility is identified with a pictogram, the colour of which varies according to the level of accessibility of the space being assessed.

Cars and motorbikes

The Grand Curtius is located in the historic centre of Liège.
For easy access, follow the right bank of the Meuse.
You will find parking along the banks or at Place des Déportés, which is 100 metres away from the Grand Curtius.
With several hundred parking spaces available, boulevard de la Constitution is an easy-to-access free parking area +/- 500m away. Cross Maghin bridge to access the Grand Curtius.

Several car parks can be found within a 500-metre radius of the Grand Curtius:
Parking St-Georges (195 spaces) access via quai de La Batte
Parking Cité (360 spaces) access via quai de La Batte
Parking St-Lambert (500 spaces) access via place St-Lambert
Parking St-Denis (820 spaces) access via place St-Denis