Built on an impressive rocky spur, this exceptional heritage site has conserved traces of each period of its 2000-year-old history. Once a residence for the Counts of Namur in the Middle Ages, then transformed into a holiday home by King Leopold II, it is now a sought-out location for events, guided visits and walks in a verdant surrounding with spectacular views over the city.
THE “TERRA NOVA” VISITOR’S CENTRE
Situated in the ancient barracks of Terra Nova, the Visitor’s Centre is a must-see before embarking on your journey. You will discover 2000 years of urban and military history alongside the history of Namur and its Citadel, thanks to a dynamic and educational set up.
Aside from the new Visitor’s Centre, several guided tours are available:
Open access to the Visitor’s Centre: €4
Tour on the tourist train : €6
the underground passages : €10
Citadel Pass (Guided tour on the tourist train, tour of the underground passages and tour of the Visitor’s Centre): € 15