The Grand Curtius: permanent collections (COVID19) (CURTIUS_COVID19)

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The Grand Curtius: permanent collections (COVID19)

The Grand Curtius is located in an exceptional architectural complex of beautifully restored 16th to 21st century buildings.
The collections give pride of place to the eventful history of Liege since its origins and are at the forefront of art history. Rich testimonies of the first civilisations, masterpieces of medieval art, sculptures and Baroque goldsmiths' and silversmiths' works follow one another, not forgetting Glass and Weapons, the extraordinary wealth of those makes the Grand Curtius one of the world's leading museums of these materials.

Reservation required.
Maximum 4 people per booking !
Dates: from 20/05 to 30/06/2020
Limited access at 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:00, 13:30, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30 and 17:00.
Last access at 17:00. The museum closes at 18:00.
Information: 04 221 68 40.

EXHIBITION Andy Warhol by Typex : from 30/10/2020 to 28/02/2021
A Tale of Facts' is Andy Warhol's impressive biography, spanning more than 550 pages by Dutch cartoonist Typex. The exhibition, conceived with the author for the Rencontres du 9e art d'Aix-en-Provence in 2019, is presented in Liège, offering - simultaneously with La Boverie's exhibition 'Warhol - The American Dream Factory* - a personal and offbeat look at pop culture and the Warholian universe. In partnership with the Musée d'Aix-en-Provence.
Practical information : Mask and reservation required.
Price: 5 € or free on presentation of the entrance ticket to the Grand Curtius permanent collection or the Warhol exhibition at La Boverie (Book your ticket at the La Boverie exhibition).
Free admission for under-26s, for MuseumPassMusée holders and every first Sunday of the month.

EXHIBITION Inner Space Vol.6 : from 23/10/2020 to 28/02/2021
At the Grand Curtius, the 6th volume of Inner Space is a multidisciplinary event where artistic performances, video art, plastic art, concerts and encounters intersect. The forty or so artists represented there come from the Liège region, but more broadly from Belgium and Europe. They have been invited to propose an artistic intervention inspired by their encounter with the Grand Curtius collections.
Practical information : Mask and reservation (via the following link) mandatory. 
Fee : The exhibition is accessible free of charge with the purchase of an admission ticket to the museum's permanent collections.
Adult: 9 € / Senior, group, unemployed: 5 € / Article 27: 1,25 €.
Free admission: For those under 26 years old / For MuseumPassMusée holders / For all, on the 1st Sunday of the month

Prescriptions COVID19 :
  • Days and hours of visits are unchanged;
  • Reservations are required to access the museum;
  • Maximum 50 visitors / 1/2 h (or 100 / h) and maximum 4 people together provided they live under the same roof ;
  • Visits only for the individual and family public;
  • Payment only by electronic means;
  • Visitor flow management: compliance with the instructions recommended by the National Security Council;
  • Direction of traffic thanks to unidirectional signposting;
  • Respect of social distancing and hygiene measures;
  • Wearing a mask is recommended ;
  • Availability of hydroalcoholic gel to the public;
  • Cafeteria closed;
  • Changing rooms and closed lockers: We ask you to take as little as possible with you. Large bags, trolleys and umbrellas are not allowed. Handbags and small backpacks are accepted;
  • For museumPASSmusées holders, reservations are required.
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 50.64724
Longitude : 5.58297