To mark the bicentenary of the creation of the gendarmerie in 1996, a museum was established in the old Floreffe police station opposite the railway station. The building still has barracks and cells for solitary confinement of the time.
The museum presents various themes covering the history of the Belgian monarchy and the police force, the functioning of the institutions and rights and duties of citizens in society. An interactive terminal also makes young children aware of road safety.
- Opening dates and times Open on the first Sunday of every month from April to October, from 2.00
pm to 6.00 pm. Individual visits by appointment
- Opening dates and times
Visits for groups upon reservation min. 15 days in advance.
- € 4/person. Min. 10 people (FR; NL)
- Length of visit: 120 min.
Introduction to road safety available for children aged 8 to 12 years. The Bobby interactive terminal and a skills trail are used for this purpose.
- Groups welcome