Traveling to Belgium offers a lot more than just the sweet Belgian chocolate or the awesome bike rides. Belgium has a rich history and culture. This rich history of Belgium can be explored by visiting museums. One such museum exists in La Louvrière.
If you are on an excursion to Binche and are looking for a distinctive masked festival full of traditions and rituals, you must pay a visit to the International Museum of Carnival and Mask.
Take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the culture and the society at Salle St Georges in Mons closeby to the hotel in Mons centre.
Make sure that you visit the Royal Museum of Mariemont when staying at the boutique hotel in Mons centre, which is a grand experience within itself. Enjoy the rich collection gathered by industrialist Raoul Warocqué.
When staying at our 4* hotel by Mons train station, you will have the opportunity to gain some wonderful insights into one of the world’s most famous battles by visiting the Mémorial Waterloo 1815 in Mons.
During your stay in our hotel by Mons train station you should definitely visit the Museum of Grand Hornu. It has a lot of temporary exhibitions that are worth a visit and will blow your mind.
The Arthoteque Museum in Mons is a museum that has four goals, to conserve, restore, study and communicate. It's the perfect moment to take a dive in the history of Mons heritage. The Arthoteque Museum also offers works of art and activities revolving around them.
Excitingly, BAM remains one of the top and sophisticated museums to visit in Mons, Belgium. The first thing that catch your eye whenever you set your sights on this museum is the building itself.
There's a reason why Mons has become known as a cultural hub in Belgium. There are many unique cultural sites around the city to discover during your stay at Hotel Congres Mons.
Before internet search engines, society had to find alternative ways of sharing information. One of the earliest methods of attempting to create a physical search engine is in the Mundaneum. Sometimes called the “Paper Google,” the Mundaneum is a unique place to visit.