Art shuttle

Located on the site of the Delloye pit, the Centre Historique Minier is the largest mining museum in France. It is one of the outstanding sites in the Nord and Pas-de-Calais coalfields, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A major cultural and tourist attraction in the Hauts-de-France region, it provides an insight into a fascinating human and industrial adventure that lasted nearly three centuries. You can also discover two temporary exhibitions: "Mineurs d'Ukraine", photographs by Youry Bilak and "La conquête de l'Ouest", the discovery of coal in Pas-de-Calais.

Schedule for the day:
8:30 am: Welcome coffee
9am: Departure by coach
10:00 am: Guided tour of the mining center
12:00 pm: Lunch break (there's an outdoor picnic area, or you can eat at the restaurant Le Briquet. Reservations are highly recommended: +33 3 27 95 82 82 or
2pm: Self-guided tour of current exhibitions
4pm: Return to Grand-Hornu

Price: 30 euros / 25 euros for children under 12.
Reservations by February 23 on 065/613 902 or