Architectural Heritage – Town Mansion of Groesbeeck de Croix / Museum of Decorative Arts

Once a magnificent town mansion from the Age of Enlightenment, it now harbours a museum, which exhibits remarkable pieces of crockery, decorative art, furniture, paintings and sculptures made by artists and workshops of Namur, reflecting the everyday life of the 18th century aristocracy.

There is a magnificent French garden at the back, which adds to the beauty of the place.

 

Rue Joseph Saintraint 1 5000 Namur, Belgique

See also

LES BATELIERS – MUSEUMS OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND DECORATIVE ARTS
Sacred Heritage - Saint Loup Church
L'événement Kegeljan 2.1