If you’re passing through Louvain-la-Neuve, don’t miss its university museum! It’s Belgium’s very first large-scale university museum. 3830 m², spread over 6 floors, are accessible to the general public. The Musée L has a total of 20,000 works, 1,500 of which are exhibited. These works come from all 5 continents and cover a wide period, which goes from Prehistoric times to the 20th century.
Crossing the threshold of the Musée assures you a wealth of encounters with the worlds of science and the arts. The Musée L seeks to breath life into the dialogue between works of art, artefacts from ancient civilisations, the inventions of science, while prioritising experimentation and direct contact with the works.
Visit language : English, French, Dutch
From Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 am till 5 pm.
Weekends and holidays: 11 am till 5 pm.
3rd Thursday of the month, late opening until 10 pm.
Closed on 1/01, 21/07, 15/08, 24/12 and 25/12.
Group of minimum 10 people: €4
13-25 years old, person with handicap: €3
Article 27: €1.25
0-12 years old, UCLouvain member and student, Friend of the L Museum, teacher: free
€2 : mediaguide
Equipments and Services on site
- Accessible People with limited mobility
- Conference room