Redu: The Mudia

Musée Redu Mudia.
Welcome to Mudia! Amateur or expert, child, teenager, or grandpa, everyone will be delighted by this magical place! Discover great names of art in the middle of the countryside: Veronese, Klimt, Picasso, Rodin, Warhol, Alechisnky, and many others, for a complete immersion in the history of art. But here, everything is fun, and we discover art differently!

Dare to be artistic!

Entrance to the Redu Mudia
© Mudia

Are you tired of being bored at the museum? Then, relax, come to the Mudia because here you can learn while having fun and discovering the most famous paintings in the world. The Mudia consists of 300 original works, seven centuries of art, 46 artistic movements, 20 rooms, and four levels.

There are dozens of paintings, drawings, sculptures, terracotta, and photography. You can always come back because the works on display are continuously being updated.

There are dozens of paintings, drawings, sculptures, terracotta, and photography. You can always come back because the works on display are continuously being updated.

The museum is accessible to all, including people with reduced mobility. A series of inventive and interactive systems help to observe and understand the works of art for children and adults alike. There are short texts, videos, quizzes, colors, observation games, audio guides, and animated paintings. Children are never forgotten and will find all the answers to their questions, with fictional characters designed to guide them with humor.

Animations in Redu Mudia
© Land of Memory

After your visit, you will be able to eat in a lovely setting, tasting delicious homemade dishes. While eating, you will have the opportunity to browse through the art books that line the walls of Mudia Café. If the weather is good, take advantage of the outdoor terrace with a breathtaking view.

Not convinced yet? Go take a look at our website. You’ll be ready to come in no time!

Useful information

Address
Place de l'Esro, 61
6890 Libin
Country Belgium
Telephone 061 51 11 96
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