Provincial Museum of the Ancient Arts of Namur – Treasure of Oignies (TreM.a)

Set up in the Town Hall of Gaiffier d’Hestroy, an 18th century listed house, this museum presents the Middle Ages and Renaissance collections from the Archaeological Society of Namur, and the extraordinary medieval treasures of the priory of Saint-Nicolas d’Oignies.

The pieces from this treasury are the works of the goldsmith Hugo d’Oignies, or from his workshop (± 1225-1250). The museum harbours sculptures and paintings, including an important collection of works from the local painter Henri Blès (16th century) and religious and civilian jewels, etc., all from the province of Namur.

Rue de Fer 24, Namur, Belgique

+3281 77 67 54

+3281 77 69 24

musee.arts.anciens@province.namur.be

http://www.museedesartsanciens.be

Opening Times

Every day from 10 am to 6 pm. Closed on Mondays and on 24, 25 and 31 December and 1 January.

 

Price

Adult €3 / Students, seniors: €1.5 / Schoolchildren: €1.

Exhibition price: Adults: €5 / Students, seniors: €2.5 / Schools: €1.5 / Children under 12: free.

See also

Walks from station to station
Folklore - La Royale Moncrabeau / Les Molons
Le huis clos - Escapes Games éphémères
Parcours Isaac Cordal
Maison du Tourisme Vallée de la Meuse Namur Dinant
Folklore - Les Alfers namurois
Folklore - Les Echasseurs (The Waders)
Test page Coords and cie