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Tresor d'Hugo d'Oignies

Rue de Fer 24, Namur, Belgium
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A Great Unknown Treasure House in Namur

This is THE place to see in Namur, especially if you're into fancy jewelry, religious artwork, or... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2015
peery
,
Oceanside
Breathtaking

We are biased- we love the art of the Middle Ages. A tape tour would have completed the... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2015
Idler
,
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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22 Jul 2015
“A Great Unknown Treasure House in Namur”
23 Jun 2015
“Breathtaking”
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Rue de Fer 24, Namur, Belgium
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Reviewed 23 July 2015

This is THE place to see in Namur, especially if you're into fancy jewelry, religious artwork, or fascinating history.

Thank peery
Reviewed 24 June 2015

We are biased- we love the art of the Middle Ages. A tape tour would have completed the experience, but it was worth every penny of €5. Highlights included: the famous bird reliquary; a small stained glass window, featuring the Virgin with the tenderest of...More

1  Thank Idler
Reviewed 19 April 2015

If you are interested in very old religious art and in particular gold reliquaries and wooden carvings you will find this small museum worthwhile. It is situated within the city on the main shopping street. There is also interesting information about the building itself and...More

Thank Irwi
Reviewed 23 March 2015

The exhibition is very insightful, linked in with history of the region, but also simply full of beautiful object which are given meaning

Thank Babeliens
Reviewed 18 August 2014

This is a small museum with the city of Namur. From outside, the museum does not attract any attention. However, it contains some of the finest medioval jewels I have ever seen. The richness of gold and gems and the quality of the details is...More

3  Thank Al_Ro83
Reviewed 27 April 2014

The Tresor is truly a reason to visit Namur. The jewels are an impressive example of middle age art. Also the stories related to this jewels are great; how they were protected from one conflict to the next one is very interesting. Unfortunately the museum...More

3  Thank Plino
Reviewed 28 December 2013

This remarkable treasure has been housed for a few years in Namur's Provincial Museum of Ancient Arts [see separate TripAdvisor entry]. It is one of those collections that really merits viewing, even if only for 30m out of a day trip, as the workmanship (and...More

3  Thank Peter G
Reviewed 30 July 2013

we don't know a lot about the artistery in the middle age,we usualy think :they were simple and rough people.this is wrong, this museum will change you opinion.

5  Thank philip s
Reviewed 13 March 2013

Namur is not the most beautiful of cities, but is worth visiting for this museum alone - if you have a guide book more than a couple of years old, note the treasure is no longer housed in the convent but in a small civic...More

2  Thank LeedsAmateur
Reviewed 28 August 2012

This is a must. You have to see this collection if you are in town. The details you can see in the works are worth cooling to Namur for itself. The collection is displayed in nice, new room.

4  Thank LuckyLukeSkywalker
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