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Huy Fort

Museum ,  Historic site and monument ,  Museum / interpretation centre ,  Heritage buildings ,  Castle ,  Castle, tower, belfry ,  Memorial tourism (military heritage) in Huy

  • Built by the Dutch in 1818, today the citadel has become a Second World War memorial site and remains a preserved site where the Nazi concentration camp system can be seen, with its cells, interrogation room, detention rooms and rudimentary washhouses.

    The museum space gives the visitor an insight into the conditions for prisoners living in the citadel during the Second World War and on the daily life of the population during Occupation.


    Free entry on the first Sunday of the month and on 21...

    Built by the Dutch in 1818, today the citadel has become a Second World War memorial site and remains a preserved site where the Nazi concentration camp system can be seen, with its cells, interrogation room, detention rooms and rudimentary washhouses.

    The museum space gives the visitor an insight into the conditions for prisoners living in the citadel during the Second World War and on the daily life of the population during Occupation.


    Free entry on the first Sunday of the month and on 21 July.


    April to October: weekdays 09:30-17:00 / weekends and public holidays 10:00-18:00.

    Last entry 1 hour before closing

  • Spoken languages
Services
  • Equipment
    • Car park
    • WC
  • Rates
  • Adult
    From 4 €
  • Child rate
    From 2 €
  • Group rate
    From 3 €
  • Article 27
    1.25 €