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The former thermal baths of La Sauvenière : an exceptional venue dedicated to education, citizenship and culture right in the centre of Liège. Performing arts, debates, exhibitions, conferences : come and discover our many activities.
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Place Xavier Neujean 22 | Accueil au deuxième étage, Liege 4000, Belgium
An interesting place with an interesting history, we recently were lucky enough to be part of a banquet experience held in the middle of the former swimming pool on the top level. I'm not sure how common this particular experience might be, but the building...More
Housed in a former swimming pool this is an interesting place to visit when you like old charme Art Deco buildings. The exhibition space is placed right on top of the old pool. The rest of the building houses a coffee shop, function rooms and...More
I went to the zoo humaine exibition.
Excellent done. This location is gorgeous.
I will most defenitely go back.
Convenient because in the city center and close to a train station.
Nice to combine xuth and exhibition in station guillemins.
This building used to be swimming pool (upper floor) with a ... bus station beneath at the ground floor. It was renovated in 2010-2014 (more or less) to become a new exhibit hall for temporary exhibitions in Liege. The two recent exhibitions I visited there...More
La Cité Miroir is a great place to see some really interesting exhibits and pieces. It's not as huge as its counterpart art museums in other cities, but that's part of the charm. Right now they have a special exhibit called "L'art dégénéré selon Hitler"....More
The Cité Miroir was inaugurated thirteen months ago right in the city centre of Liège, just behind the Opera House. It is housed in what used to be the so-called "baths of the Sauvenière", a Bauhaus swimming-pool where lots of citizens of the city learned...More