In Treignes, 100 meters from the station …

Railway Museum of Treignes

1994 – 2024: The Railway Museum celebrates its 30th anniversary 

The railway museum of Treignes presents its collection « out of time »: testimony of the industrial and railway past of our beautiful country !

Discover with family, friends or solo fantastic locomotives that will take you on a journey from the great era of steam to electricity. The oldest locomotive dates from 1894! Many thematic display cases will tell you the secrets of the caps, lanterns, tools and other objects relating to the world of trains.

In 2023, the Railway Museum inaugurated a new 80-meter extension in collaboration with the General Commission for Tourism (CGT). This new museum welcomes more visitors while preserving this fabulous collection in new spaces (4 lanes 80 meters long).

Between dream and nostalgia

Our miniature Märklin network will amaze young and old alike. Follow our little trains along the models with impressive details and dive into the world of railway enthusiasts.

Our association , a place of life.

Founded in 1994, the museum lives thanks to the many volunteers who repair and take care of the locomotives. You can visit the workshop via our walkway overlooking their workplace.

End your visit by tasting our local products in our cafeteria or on our terrace. And why not bring back a little souvenir from our shop?

A trip to the heart of nature

You can travel through our beautiful region in an authentic steam train or railcar. Timetables and tickets are available online via:

Discover our beautiful collection with audio guide. It is available in 4 languages (French, Dutch, English and German).

For any information, please contact us only by email:
Opening hours :

March – April – May – June – September – October – November :

From Tuesday to Friday : Open from 10 to 17 hours
Saturday & Sunday & public holidays : Open from 10 to 18 hours
Closed every Monday, except public holidays

July & August :

Every day : Open every day from 10 to 18 hours

The museum remains open for groups, schools, … all year round by reservation : 

Prices of the Railway Museum :

  Adults Children (6 to 11 years)
Visitors : 7,00 € 5,00 €
Groups of 20 paying persons or more : 6,00 € 4,00 €
Visit with audio guide : 1,00 € 1,00 €

Duration of the museum visit : 1H30

Addresse :

101, Place de la gare 5670 Treignes

Tél : 0032(0)60/390948

E-mail :


To find us

Access :

By road :

Route Nationale 5, Charleroi – Philippeville – Couvin : Exit Mariembourg and follow Nismes – Olloy – Vierves – Treignes

Coming from Namur, take the E 411 motorway (exit Dinant N97) Follow Hastière – Heer Agimont – Doisches – Treignes

Brussels : 120 km

Charleroi : 60 km

Dinant : 35 km

Charleville-Mézières (France) : 60 km

By train :

Line 132 Charleroi (Sud) – Couvin

Get off at Mariembourg station and walk a 800 meters to reach the Chemin de Fer à Vapeur des 3 Vallées.

Line 132 of the Chemin de Fer à Vapeur des 3 Vallées, Mariembourg – Treignes (Following the Schedule Tel : + 32 (0) 60/31.24.40)

A small guided tour :

The museum was founded in 1994. It is situated on the grounds of the old international railwaystation, almost in front of the passenger building. Perpetually, the collections of the museum evolve …

The material, lent by the SNCB Holding is increasingly important. Currently, one can see inter alia :
– Steam engine 1.002
– Steam engine 16.042
– Diesel 608.05
– Electric engine 101.012
– Royal car n°4, known as « convey of Prinses »
– …

Here one of these jewels …


The rest of the collection shows you a great part of the CFV3V « museum » material. Sometimes the material is not present in the museum, while it is in service between Mariembourg and Treignes …

The building exists from 3 parts :

  1. The exposition hall
    The rolling railway material collection has been divided concerning 4 tracks of each 100 meters … The collection exists of steam locomotives, diesel and electric engines, several cars and service material. The temporary and/or thematic expositions contain collections of objects and documents of the railwayhistory.
  2. The cafeteria, with a « reception »and « souvenirs » part.
  3. The repair workshop, with 2 tracks of each 45 meters. For obvious security reasons, access is not allowed for public. You can however visit the workshop by taking a walk over the footbridge which is intended for the visitors and see the work as a « supervisor ».


For all information or to book your accomodation, contact the Maison du Tourisme du Pays des Lacs :