Musée des Arts Contemporains de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles

A day in Grand-Hornu

Mac's-A day in Grand-Hornu

During the week, Tuesday to Friday

With friends, as a couple, as a family

The Grand-Hornu opens its doors at 10am. The entrance ticket (tariffs) entitles you to visit the Musée d’Arts Contemporains (MAC), the design exhibitions of the CID as well as the site, testament to the mining past of the place and listed among the World Heritage sites since July 2012.

To discover now :

An audio guide (French, Dutch, English, German and Spanish, €2) is available to help you get the most out of your visit to the historical site.

For an "arty" lunch, the restaurant l’Ubiquité offers you innovative cuisine (booking preferred). For a relaxing atmosphere, the Bistro offers a wide range of snacks and sandwiches as well as a meal of the day.

Guided tours are offered to individual members of the public each day; no booking necessary. Those for the MAC's start at 2pm, meeting at the museum reception; those for the CID start at 3pm, meeting at the ticket office.

Do not forget to visit the Artshop. There you will find many items to complete your visit, catalogues, books and art reviews and a choice of carefully selected articles to make beautiful souvenirs or presents.

And you can complete your visit by consulting the works in the documentation centre, open until 5pm. Entry is free and there is no need to book.

The museum closes at 6pm.


Groups

If organising a group trip to the Grand-hornu (between 15 and 20 people), you can book a guided tour in French, Dutch or English by contacting Laurence Lelong (+32(0)65/613.881).

The Grand-Hornu opens its doors at 10am. The entrance ticket (tariffs) entitles you to visit the Musée d’Arts Contemporains (MAC), the design exhibitions of the CID as well as the site, testament to the mining past of the place and listed among the World Heritage sites since July 2012.

To discover now :

In order to take the time to discover this exceptional place, spare time can be foreseen at will or audio guides (French, Dutch, English, German and Spanish, €2) can help you.

For an "arty" lunch, the restaurant l’Ubiquité offers you innovative cuisine (to organise or for special requests, please telephone and book on +32(0)65/613.876 or +32(0)494/52.24.32). For a relaxing atmosphere, the Bistro offers a wide range of snacks and sandwiches as well as a meal of the day.

Do not forget to visit the Artshop before you leave. There you will find many items to complete your visit, catalogues, books and art reviews and a choice of carefully selected articles offered as beautiful souvenirs or presents.

And you can complete your visit by consulting the works in the documentation centre,  open until 5pm. Entry is free and there is no need to book.

The museum closes at 6pm.


School groups

If you want your class to visit the museum, the Grand-Hornu welcomes you from 10am. Entrance is two euros per child and free for teachers and children under 6 years old. You can book a guided tour in French, Dutch or English by contacting Laurence Lelong (+32(0)65/613.881).

The entrance ticket entitles you to visit the Musée d’Arts Contemporains (MAC's), the design exhibitions of the CID as well as the site, testament to the mining past of the place and listed among the World Heritage sites since July 2012.

To discover now :

In order to prepare for your visit, educational folders are available on the exhibitions and the documents centre is open until 5pm. Entry is free and there is no need to book.

For an "arty" lunch, the restaurant l’Ubiquité offers you innovative cuisine (booking preferred). For a relaxing atmosphere, the Bistro offers a wide range of snacks and sandwiches as well as a meal of the day.

The museum closes at 6pm.