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  • Attractions
  • Châteaux
  • Architectural heritage


With its magnificent towers and beautiful wood panels, the Château de Vêves offers a magical visit. Listed as exceptional heritage of Wallonia, this medieval building is considered one of the most beautiful in Belgium.

Renovated between 1969 and 1979, the castle is now open to the public.


Owned by Pépin de Herstal in the 8th century, it then became the fortress of the Sires de Beaufort (which they rebuilt in 1410), then the residence of their descendants, the Counts of Liedekerke Beaufort.

The Château de Vêves is seen a brilliant example of military architecture.

An enchanting visit

Perched on a rocky peak, this stunning medieval castle features 5 towers as well as a remarkable half-timbered gallery (16th century). Let its refined atmosphere charm you:

  • 18th century furniture
  • rare china pieces
  • historical objects
  • paintings...

Family fun

  • Children can dress up as a knight or princess during their visit.
  • Nocturnal treasure hunts are also organized.


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Outdoor catering


Cafe - Daylight - Shop - Car parking - Parking


Pets not allowed


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