Regional Museum of Natural Science
You haven’t finished taking it all in! Among the museum’s exceptional pieces is this giant’s complete skeleton. “It's impossible, it’s a fake!”, children eagerly exclaim. But no, he’s certainly real! Julius Koch, his real name, was 2.58m tall and weighed 165 kg. Well, okay ... Between him and the animals, this makes you feel rather small!
Don’t forget to take a walk upstairs! You’ll find an educational space with models and explanatory panels on the use of flint in the Spiennes mines in the Neolithic Age.
And that's not all! The museum also hosts thematic exhibitions every year. You’ll find the programme on the museum’s website. And for groups and schools, activities and guided educational tours can be organised free of charge. Place your bookings!