If you're planning a visit to "Maison du Cyclisme Liège-Bastogne-Liège",

There are a few things you should know in advance. Ticket prices. Opening hours. Accessibility. . You can find all the information here.

Doyenne - passage de LBL devant la Maison du cyclisme Aywaille

Opening hours

The Maison du Cyclisme is open every day of the week (last entry : 16h15)

Monday: 10am to 5pm
Tuesday: 10am to 5pm
Wednesday: 10am to 5pm
Thursday: 1pm to 5pm
Friday: 1pm to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm


8 € : Visitors (12 ans +)
5 € : Children (4 to 11 years)
Free of charge : Children (0 to 3 years)

Family (2 parents + 2 children) :
22 € + 4 €/additional child


Groups (minimum 15 people)
6 €/person
1 accompanying adult free

Schools :
5 €/ person
1 accompanying adult free

Reservations required for groups via the contact page


Rue de Louveigné 5a – 4920 Aywaille

La Maison du Cyclisme Liège-Bastogne-Liège shares the same address as the Maison du Tourisme OVA (Ourthe-Vesdre-Amblève). This is where you will find the reception and ticket office for the Maison du Cyclisme Liège Bastogne Liège.

By car :
E25 Liège-Luxembourg motorway – Exit 46 (Aywaille / S-Remouchamps) – at the foot of the motorway slip road, turn left towards Sougné-Remouchamps. Car park after the roundabout: Avenue de la Porallée.

By bus :
Coaches can stop temporarily at Avenue de la Porallée to drop off groups and pick them up again after the visit. Coaches can park for longer periods in the rue de Louveigné car park (under the motorway bridge).

By train and bus :
The Maison du cyclisme Liège-Bastogne-Liège is 3km from the SNCB and TEC station in Aywaille (Place Marcellis). Access by bus via line 64, stop “Grottes” / line 142, stop “Avenue de la Résistance”.
For train timetables:
For bus timetables:

From the station on foot or by bike:
Via the Voie des Aulnes; a 2.5 km pedestrian and cycle link between Aywaille and S-Remouchamps.

Visite optimale

Visitors with reduced mobility
Access to the reception office and the Liège-Bastogne-Liège House of Cycling is barrier-free. Everything is accessible to wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility.
The museum has adapted sanitary facilities.

Information and explanations in 4 languages
Text panels and information are in French and Dutch. English and German translations are also available via QR code.

Dogs are not allowed in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège cycling centre, with the exception of assistance dogs.

Drinks and picnics
It is not permitted to eat or drink in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège House of Cycling.

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Don’t forget your smartphone and earphones for a wealth of information and additional details on many of the items on display at the Liège-Bastogne-Liège Cycling Centre, thanks to QR code technology and the digitisation of texts and documents.