The result of two centuries of research and teaching, the university collections are major witnesses of the scientific process and the various ways of questioning reality over time.
Museums of ULiège
The Aquarium-Museum welcomes each year many visitors who have come to discover the 46 reservoirs which host nearly 2,500 fish from the oceans, the seas, the lakes and the rivers from all over the world.
The asbl "Espaces Botaniques Universitaires" of Liège is composed of several sites and equipped with several remarkable collections and species, and is dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of the sciences.
Discover the world of insects through a permanent exhibition of dozens of living insects and hundreds of naturalised specimens. Workshops, events, and sometimes tastings...
Over an area of 2,500m², head out to discover the exceptional Liège industrial heritage of yesterday and today. The 9 permanent exhibition halls give you the key to the secrets of metallurgy and energies.
You love the sciences, you want to introduce them to your children, you wish to illustrate your science courses? Well, head over to the House of Science! Physics, chemistry, biology and much more.
The Open-air Museum of Sart Tilman possesses a collection of more than 110 pieces representative of the history of contemporary open-air sculpture in French-speaking Belgium since the last four decades.
The Wittert Museum houses the artistic collections of the University of Liège, namely more than 50,000 works (drawings, engravings, paintings, sculptures, coins, pieces of African art and photographs) presented regularly at exhibitions.