The Place Saint-Lambert in Liège may be one of the illustrious Belgian city’s grandest and largest squares, but just below, lies a fascinating, historical journey. Spanning 9,000 years of Liège’s history, the Archéoforum de Liège is a vast and extraordinary archaeological site where you can explore the city’s earliest origins starting as far back as the original prehistoric dwellers’ Neolithic huts. But rather than just admiring objects in glass cases, the Archéoforum allows you to walk amongst the ruins and remains yourself, with a specially designed, family-friendly, iPad tour included in the admission price. The tour also includes specially created, animated films which help bring the past to life as you stand in its midst.