Henri Tudor Museum: a passion for electricity
For Henri Tudor, electricity was a passion. The museum in Rosport dedicated to him is a combination of a science centre and a traditional museum. Learn about the impact of Henri Tudor’s work on daily life – from the 19th century to the present day. The engineer was one of the pioneers in the development of electricity storage, lead acid batteries, street lighting, agricultural machinery, methods of transport and much more. You can follow in his footsteps as a researcher here – and experimentation is definitely encouraged!
Closest bus stop: Rosport, Gemeng (on site)
Closest parking lot: on site
6/1 - 31/3 and 1/11 - 31/12 open from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 pm to 5 pm | 1/4 -30/6 and 1/9 - 31/10 open from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 pm to 6 pm | In July and August open from Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
5 € Adults/adultes/Erwachsene/volwassene | 0-18 yrs : free/gratuit/gratis