The MPMM reopens its doors on Tuesday 1 December 2020.

  • Visit by reservation only You can book online or by phone (082 22 36 16).

  •  Wearing a mask is mandatory

  •  Compliance with safety distances (minimum 1.5 m)

  • A hydroalcoholic solution is available at the reception desk.

The number of visitors is limited to 10 people per hour. In order to avoid crossings, the direction of the visit is imposed. A hygiaphone has been installed at the reception desk and the staff has at its disposal visors, masks and gloves. Everything is done to welcome you in complete safety and serenity! We look forward to seeing you again. Take care of yourself and others! 



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Suggested activities

Behind the scenes, the MPMM team will put together a rich and varied program of activities for you!


Virtual visit of the MPMM

Strolling through the rooms of the MPMM...

This virtual tour is part of the Behind The Museum project, a collaboration between Musées et Société en Wallonie and Meta-Morphosis.



"Cahiers de la MPMM"

Our latest publications can be downloaded free of charge from the website: Les cahiers de la MPMM.

Previous exhibitions of the MPMM

The content of our previous exhibitions is freely accessible:



  • "La Meuse dans les méandres du temps" (The Meuse in the meanders of time)


A film made by Cultura Europa for the MPMM. Feel free to browse their site, you will find a large number of videos related to archaeology and heritage: Cultura Europa.


Video game : the legend of Poilvache

During the summer of 2018, the MPMM, in partnership with the Province of Namur, has joined forces with Action Médias Jeunes to offer a training course on the design of a video game set in the fortress of Poilvache and its history. During this training course, the young people created a video game, from the writing of the scenario to the technical realization (graphics, animation, programming,...).

Want to try the experience?



Medieval recipes

How about taking advantage of the confinement to put on your apron and try out some medieval recipes?



Test your knowledge about MPMM and the Middle Ages! 



It's up to you!

You will find a serie of puzzles here!



  • Make your medieval paper shoe.