Situated in the heart of the town of Virton, the Musée gaumais greets visitors with a warm atmosphere. Its monastery past is still present, with a golden monk Jacquemart striking a clock every hour. “The Musée gaumais has a number of unique treasures and ancient artefacts on display, such as the famous Roman bas-relief, Trevirian harvest. It’s a great place for visitors to immerse themselves into history and travel back in time,” explains Didier Culot, curator of the museum. The museum offers an adventure for the whole family as well. “There’s plenty to see even for children. They can wander into the gallery of tales and legends, or explore our puppet theatre and collection of old toys.”