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 - closing on Sunday
Free admission every 1st Sunday of the month
The Cité Miroir will be closed on 2023 : 01/01 - 10/04 - 01/05 - 18/05 - 19/05 - 29/05 - 21/07 - 15/08 - 27/09 - 01/11 - 11/11 - 11/12 - 24/12 - 25/12 - 31/12
Online reservation | +32 (0)4 230 70 50
80 minutes // 105 minutes with presentation (for groups and on request only)
From 15 years old.
€7 (adult) - €5 (-26 years student/ +65 years 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.
Wallonia Pass accepted