The Grand Curtius reopens its doors !

The Grand Curtius Museum opens its doors again to visitors on Wednesday 20 May !

Following the new deconfinement measures taken by the Federal Government as part of the fight against the coronavirus and the application of these measures in the territory of Liège by the Municipal College, the Grand Curtius welcomes you again from May 20.

In order to ensure you the (re)discovery of our collections in the best conditions, the museum is putting in place a series of measures to guarantee your safety and that of its staff.

Your visit in practice :
Opening hours and reservations :
  • The days and hours of visits remain unchanged:

    From Monday to Sunday - from 10am to 6pm.
    Closed on Tuesday.

  • Reservations are required to access to the museum.
    You can book your visit in 3 ways :
  1. online booking by clicking on the following link (to be preferred);
  2. by telephone (04-221 92 21);
  3. by e-mail (infograndcurtius@liege.be) : concerning this possibility, please indicate the desired day and time slot and wait for confirmation from the museum.

    In order to access the museum, all visitors must have booked their visit in advance. Every child accompanying you must also be registered! 

  • MuseumPASSmusée holders and young people under the age of 26 who are granted free access to the museum's permanent collections must imperatively and solely book their visit by e-mail or telephone.
Once on site :
  • Wearing a mask is recommended once you enter the museum area.
  • The cloakroom and lockers will remain closed.
    We will ask you to bring the minimum with you : large bags and trolleys will be refused; handbags and small backpacks will be accepted.
     
  • Payments will be made electronically only.
     
  • The management of the flow of visitors will be carried out according to the instructions recommended by the National Security Council.
     
  • Visits are only intended for an individual or family public. Group visits and activities (guided tours, animations, training courses, cinémusées, créamusées, ...) remain suspended.
Course of the visit :
  • In order to limit contact between visitors as much as possible, the visit is organized according on a one-way basis, facilitated by the installation of signposts. An arrowed map of the museum is available at the reception desk (on request).
     
  • The "Palais Curtius", which houses the Civil Arms section of the "Musée d'Armes", isn't accessible until further notice. The exhibition "Racines, les civilisations du Bas-Danubehas also been completed.
     
  • The cafeteria (Le Bistro du Musée by MadCafé) and the museum shop will remain closed until further notice.
These measures are in line with the regulations already in force

The respect of the usual hygiene measures and barrier gestures are applied within the museum: the wearing of masks is recommended and hydroalcoholic gel will be made available to visitors at the museum reception desk.

Washrooms and other sensitive areas such as door handles will be cleaned regularly.

The number of visitors accepted will be based on the instructions issued by the Security Council and on those recommended by ICOM and also takes into account the specific FWB protocol for museums".