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Museum of Public Transport in Wallonia

Museum of Public Transport in Wallonia

At the heart of the Vennes-Fétinne district, the Public Transport Museum is a venue of transmitting knowledge, remembrance ad memories.
 
The museum explores the history of urban transport from the 18th century to the present day. Approximately fifty vehicles are on display (horse-drawn carriages, trams, trolleybuses, buses, etc.) in a former tram depot that has been entirely renovated. The exhibition is supplemented with historical documents, sound effects, as well as interactive and audio-visual features.

The museum does not solely look to the past, but also presents the stakes of mobility today as well as innovative projects in Belgium and the world concerning sustainable mobility.

For groups, the public transport museum boasts a rich and varied programme of activities, from guided tours (adapted to each audience) to urban circuits, including introduction to science activities or combined visits with other museums.