30 minutes from Verdun, the Beer Museum makes the ideal intergenerational day out, whether during the holidays or at the weekend, with your children or grand-children… The initiated will be delighted to rediscover a once-flourishing industry , while younger visitors will find mascot Lupuline le Houblon a fun way to learn about the Museum’s collections.

Plus points

Easy parking

Pushchairs available

Locker room

Permission to take pictures without a flash

Dogs permitted if kept on a lead

Malto and Lupuline


Children’s tour

Who said the Beer Museum was just for adults? Our children’s tour brings the brewing industry alive for kids too: touching the malt, smelling the hops, finding out about the Industrial Revolution and looking at old adverts. The Lupuline le Houblon et Malto le brin d’orge activity booklet is a great way for little ones to learn and have fun at the same time.

Free guided tours in summer

At 3pm every Wednesday in July and August, we run special tours for you and your children (aged 5 – 12 years), designed to introduce youngsters to the brewing arts and the industry’s history.

Interactive terminals

Using interactive terminals, children can learn about the museum by themselves


Soundscapes are played in the various museum spaces.


Quench your thirst

After you’ve toured the museum, you’ll be able to relax with a beer (adults) or a lemonade (children) in the Tavern.

It’s all about the taste

After your tour, you’ll be able to treat your taste buds to a selection of local produce (Orval Abbey cheese, Stenay madeleines, beer sausage from the Baston butcher’s, etc.), with confectionary for the little ones.


Take away a taste of your visit with a few of our superb gift boxes or souvenirs, perfect for friends and family.