La Boverie: architecture open to the outside... The Parc de la Boverie, set between the Meuse River and the Derivation canal, aims to be a venue for leisure with the family, open to all. The rose garden, the Nicolas Schöffer Tower, the new pond and the cold store make the park a perfect site for walks.
A MUSEUM FOR FINE ARTS AND EXHIBITION CENTRE OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARD
The park of la Boverie, located between the Meuse and the «Dérivation» canal, is a place for family leisure, open to all and open to the world.
The rose garden, the Nicolas Schöffer Tower, a new pond, make it a lovely place for leisure. The building which was constructed in the framework of the 1905 World Expo has become “La Boverie”, the cultural masterpiece of the park.
It will host the museum for Fine Arts of Liège as well as a brand new space dedicated to host temporary exhibitions with multiple dimensions. Each time, they will represent a unique experience for visitors.
The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm.
Closed on Monday.
Access to the permanent collections is free of charge every first Sunday of the month.
HOW TO REACH
The Liège-Guillemins HST-railway station provides connections to several Belgian urban centres as well as quick connections to France, Germany, the Netherlands and Luxemburg.
A 700-meter walk brings you to “La Boverie” via a special path, equipped with a new pedestrian and cycle bridge crossing the river Meuse.
Several bus lines serve the Liège-Guillemins HSR station.
Lines 2 and 3 (depart from Opéra) stop at the foot of the Boverie pedestrian bridge.
Lines 26 and 31 (depart from Place de la République française)
Parking facilities for bikes are available to visitors.
Recommended parking: the Médiacité shopping centre (a 200-m walk away).
Parc De La Boverie