Grotte de Han
This giant limestone cave hollowed out by the Lesse (over 15 km) served as a refuge from the late Neolithic period to the 18C. It has huge concretions (5m-long Minaret stalagmite) and magnificent galleries, such as the crystal Salle des Mystérieuses, the Salle d'Armes, crossed by the Lesse and featuring a Son et Lumière show, the Salle du Dôme and Salle des Draperies, with a vault spiked by marbled stalagtites. Boats take visitors back to the Trou de Han.
©J. De Meester/ArTerra Picture Library/age fotostock
Address :r. Joseph-Lamotte 2
Phone:+32 84 37 72 13
Jul-Aug: 10am-noon, 1.30pm-5.30pm; May-Jun: 10am-noon, 1.30pm-4.30pm (weekends and Bank Hols 5pm); Apr and Sep-Oct: 10am-4pm; mid Feb-end Mar and Christmas school hols: 11.30am-1pm, 2.30pm-4pm; Nov: weekends 11.30am-1pm, 2.30pm-4pm - closed early Dec-mid Feb except school hols