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Interesting archelogical tour

Archeoforum shows visitors the history of Liege from the pre-historicage till today. In en... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
EDijksma
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Gelderland Province, The Netherlands
Worth the visit

While visiting family in Liege they took us to the Archeoforum de Liege. It was worth taking the... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2018
jlv76461
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Toronto, Canada
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Right in the heart of the city, beneath Place Saint-Lambert, lies one of the largest urban archaeological sites in Europe. The Archéoforum is a major heritage site which gives a unique view of the history of the City and its Principality with a new...more
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

Archeoforum shows visitors the history of Liege from the pre-historicage till today. In en underground setting so you can see the remains where they were found. Visitors go round with an ipad, there is a children's version as well with less text and games to...More

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Reviewed 5 January 2018

While visiting family in Liege they took us to the Archeoforum de Liege. It was worth taking the time during our sort visit in Liege to learn more about the history of the city. Informative and interesting.

Thank jlv76461
Reviewed 17 July 2017

Underneath the bustling Place St Lambert lie the remains of no less than 3 cathedrals and a roman villa all of which would have been lost had an early 20th century redevelopment of the area not been stopped. The dig is still live, the floors...More

1  Thank TimDiggle
Reviewed 7 October 2016

This museum is completely underground and shows some of the amazing history buried underneath the city streets. It's not too long and well-worth a visit.

Thank Elena B
Reviewed 23 August 2016

It was a nice surprise to discover archeological remnants under the marketplace of Saint Lambert in Liège. I have the feeling that there is an huge opportunity to developed a bigger and more holistic project. Not only for schools but also for individual tourists. They...More

Thank Charbon1005
Reviewed 30 July 2016

Under the Place Saint Lambert you can find an interesting underground museum, retracing the history of what would become Liege starting from the build of a roman villa. The iPad explanations are clear and complete

Thank Philip H
Reviewed 3 June 2016

It is great for families with school kids and for adults interested in history. You will be given iPad and you can chose which language you want. There is short information for kids and full info for adults. Also a quiz! There is a lot...More

2  Thank Magdalena P
Reviewed 28 November 2015

This is quite a large archeological site in the center of Liège. There are wall remains from all eras starting with the Roman era, 1st century AD. Objects from even earlier times are on display.

1  Thank RHAHJ
Reviewed 23 June 2015

On Place St. Lambert, there once stood a cathedral, one of the biggest in Europe! (Almost) nothing is left today, but you can visit the foundations in the underground, in the Archeoforum de Liege! This is a rather special trip into the underground of a...More

Thank Ulrich K
Reviewed 5 June 2015

If they're available I like starting my visit in a new city at the local archeology-oriented museum. Great way to get big historical context before I start in on churches, art museums, etc. Sometimes this type of museum creates exhibits to tell the archeo history...More

2  Thank Akimbeau
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