Museums & Heritage

Medieval city and hanging gardens of Thuin

Remember to book your activity in advance !

Contact us for more info
Medieval city and hanging gardens of Thuin

Description

A medieval city and hanging gardens made up of a succession of terraces on a rocky spur. A lower part of the town, where the river people’s district is located, with its typical Sambre riverside charm. An invitation to daydream! Take a stroll down the charming narrow cobblestone streets taking you on a journey into past and disconcerted by the contemporary art in which the city is steeped. Past and future a winning combination! These terraced gardens were developed over time as the ramparts were built. They offer walkers a varied trail dotted with a series of information panels.

Average length of visit : 1h30

Quality labels

  • UNESCO world heritage
    UNESCO world heritage

Prices

  • Free

Opening hours

Modalities COVID-19: respect social distancing. If it is impossible to observe: it is compulsory to wear a mask.

Free entry all year round

Services & facilities

  • Cafeteria
  • Coach stop
  • Parking
  • Coach park
  • Picnic table

For groups

Set off to discover the Old Town of Thuin and its hanging gardens with your guide. You will be given various information on its history and art from the Neolithic period to our times. An open visit to the Unesco listed belfry is part of the visit with access to the vineyard in season.  

Between 15 and 50 people

Average length of visit : 2h

Prices

Between 7.5€ and 8€

Visit languages

  • English

  • French

  • Dutch

Opening hours

All year round on appointement