Become immersed in the fights for a fairer and more cohesive society.
The exhibition Struggles. Stories of Emancipation plunges the visitor into the midst of struggles for a fairer and more cohesive society. It recalls workers’ struggles and acts as a reminder that the social solidarity that we enjoy in Belgium today is a precious legacy fought for by many generations of workers.
Designed in the form of a journey through time and guided by image, sound and light, the exhibition shows that, under the impetus of collective action, the world can change and social advancements can be obtained.
Accessible in FR - NL
Permanent exhibition by the Centre d’Action Laïque de la Province de Liège non-profit association
Monday to Friday: departures at 9 am - 11 am - 1 pm - 3 pm
Saturday and Sunday: departures at 11 am - 1 pm - 3 pm
1st July to 31 August: departures at 11 am - 1 pm - 3 pm
Free admission every 1st Sunday of the month
Closed public holidays, 2nd Monday in December and 24 December to 1st January inclusive
The exhibition is closed from the 4th to 6th April for maintenance works. Thanks for your understanding.
Reservation compulsory for groups (max. 25 people) and advised for individuals
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80 minutes // 105 minutes with presentation (for groups and on request only)
From 15 years old.
€7 (adult) - €5 (student/senior/Fed+ card/job seeker/disabled) - €1.25 (Article 27).
1 free accompanying guest / group of 15 people.
Free admission for holders of a Walloon Region card, Carte Prof, Educpass or Leraren Kaart and 1st Sunday of every month.