For more than 30 years, the political poster triennial has sparked most discussion by highlighting the major political, social and environmental issues within our societies.

Created in 1978 at the initiative of the cultural council of the Mons regional cultural centre, the first triennial developed the theme of social struggles more specifically. European until 1995, the event is now open to the whole world. 
These posters highlight all aspects of social life: Human Rights, North-South and Third World issues, hunger in the world, the fall of communism, minorities, migration, racism and fascism, resistance, depopulation, the holocaust, the environment, AIDS, homelessness, poverty, violence against women, abuse, and more. But it also covers themes more in line with the current events of the last three years. For this 14th edition, we will therefore find plenty of illustrations on subjects such as global warming and the well-publicised actions of Greta Thunberg, the #metoo movement, the American politics embodied by Donald Trump, and more.
  • Guided tour price: €55 from Tuesday to Saturday and €70 on Sundays, public holidays, and at night.
  • Museum entrance fee: Adults: €9, seniors: €6, children (6 to 18 years old): €2, children (under 6 years old): free. Family price (from 3 people – max 2 adults and 5 children): €3.
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Reservation requests are processed Monday - Friday from 9am to 5:30pm
Reservations are impossible on the first Sunday of the month.

These one and a half hour guided tours are available at a special price: €55 from Tuesday to Saturday and €70 on Sundays, public holidays, and at night. The entrance fee to the museum or exhibition will be added to the price of the guided tour based on the traditional price list (individual, senior, student, family, etc.). They are intended exclusively for people living under the same roof, potentially accompanied by one of their close contacts. Booking is required for these tours which are conducted in compliance with health regulations.