The Royal Estate and Museum of Mariemont invites you on a journey through different times and cultures, combining the treasures of the greatest civilisations with those from our own history.

With its blend of art, history and nature, the Mariemont Estate is marked by its eclecticism.
A superb 45-hectare “English-style” landscaped park and the Royal Museum of Mariemont, a scientific establishment of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, house the works of art of passionate collector Raoul Warocqué, an industrialist, businessman and politician who died in 1917.
East and West stand side by side, and past and present alternate thanks to objects from Chinese, Japanese, Egyptian, Greek and (Gallo-)Roman civilisations, among others. Tournai porcelain also has a special place here, as well as an exceptional stock of books.
A rich arboretum with species that are sometimes old and exotic in equal measure, castle ruins, a rose garden and modern sculptures complete the picture outdoors.

During the Joan Miró exhibition “L’essence des choses passées et présentes” (the essence of things past and present) from 8 October to 8 January 2023, our partner the Royal Museum of Mariemont is offering you a 10% discount on guided tours upon presentation of the leaflet received when visiting the exhibition.

Useful information
The Royal Museum of Mariemont
Chaussée de Mariemont, 100
7140 Morlanwelz
Telephone: + 32 (0)64 273 741

Open from Tuesday to Sunday:
  • From 10 am to 6 pm from 1 April to 30 September.
  • From 10 am to 5 pm from 1 October to 31 March.
Booking not required. 
The museum is open on public holidays, including public holidays on Monday. Closed on 25 December and 1 January.