daily except Mon 9.30am‑6pm - closed 1 Jan, 1 May, 1 Nov and 25 Dec
This museum is devoted to Walloon region ethnography, popular arts and folklore. It is housed in a former Friars Minor abbey. With a modern museography, it vividly presents festivals, religions, superstitions etc. Note, for example, the "dogcarts", which were used to transport milk or a sort of "wish tree", where the sick would nail their bandages so their ailments would be cured. The museum also has a puppet theatre.
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