Tellin Foundry

accessibility of the old bell foundry

In collaboration with All Access (Province of Luxembourg), we would like to inform you that facilities have been made available for

  • the hearing impaired
  • people with comprehension difficulties
  • people with autism

The address is Val des Cloches 129a, 6927 Tellin.

The former Tellin Foundry is signposted at several points in the village.

The telephone number for the former Tellin Foundry is 084 22 20 26.
If you are calling from abroad, dial 0032 84 22 20 26.

You can send an e-mail for information to

The museum can only be visited with a guide.
Visit dates and times can be found on the website.

Reservations are required for groups.

Visits are adapted to suit all requests and audiences.

There is a toilet.
The sanitary area is spacious.
There are no grab rails.
If you are in a wheelchair, we recommend that you enter in reverse for greater ease.

Wifi is available for visitors.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Volunteers are always on hand to welcome visitors.

Photos of the parking spaces

photo of the climb to the entrance from the car park

photos of the façade and the entrance

interior photo of the entrance

photo of the video projection room

photos of a visiting room

photos of a visiting room

photos of a visiting room

photos of the catering room

photo of the accessible toilet

useful information

Parking facilities:

There is no car park or drop-off point in the direct vicinity of the museum.
Parking is available nearby:

  • either at “rue Val des Cloches” (next to the Foundry)
  • or at “rue Grande

Information can be given to you when you book.

Access to the building:

  • The building is easily identified by its sign.
  • The entrance to the museum is via a staircase.
  • There is a handrail on one side.
  • The door opens manually.
  • The entrance to the “workshop” area has one step and is on the roadside.
  • By appointment, temporary arrangements can be made to create easier access for people in wheelchairs.The various floor surfaces are not suitable for wheelchair users.
  • The interior is well lit.
  • Information such as the price is displayed on the entrance door.

Inside the building:

  • Tours are always guided.
    By appointment, a fully adapted tour is available for people with impaired understanding.
    By appointment, a fully adapted tour is also available for blind and partially sighted visitors.
  • The tour is in two parts. The first part takes place in the “museum” section. There is a film, explanations and the discovery of different media. The second part takes place in the “workshop” area. To get there, you have to go outside the museum.
  • The inside of the entrance is well lit. Other rooms are darker.
  • The passageways are wide.
  • Seating is available in the various rooms.
  • There are handrails all along the route.
  • The steps are marked with a coloured stripe.You can pay with a bank card or cash. The payment device is mobile.




Easy to read and understand

This text is written in Easy to Read and Understand.

What is the Tellin foundry?
The Tellin foundry is a museum.
The museum provides information about bells.
Bells make a noise that sounds like a ding, dong.
There are bells in churches, but also in other places.

At the museum, you can :

  • See bells.
  • Hear the sound of bells.
  • Learn how bells are made.
  • Watch a film about bells.
  • Take part in activities.

The museum also has :

  • A shop.
  • A restaurant.

Car parks:

There are two car parks not far from the museum:

  • Next to the museum, rue Val des Cloches.
  • A little further on, rue Grande.

On the wall of the museum, you can see :

  • A blue poster with yellow stars.
  • A blue flag with yellow stars.
  • Fonderie de cloches is written in red on a white panel.

There is a staircase with a ramp to enter the museum.
Opening times and prices are written on the front door.

In the museum:

  • Museum staff are here to help you.
  • You can phone or email the museum to :
    – Get information,
    – Find a solution if you have a problem,
    – Make your visit to the museum easier to understand.
  • A visit to the museum is always accompanied by a guide.
  • The guide is the person who explains everything in the museum.
  • The visit to the museum takes place both inside and outside.
  • The visit lasts 1 hour and 20 minutes.
  • In the museum, there are sometimes places with less light.
  • You can pay with a bank card or cash.
  • There are large toilets in the museum.

The telephone number is 084 22 20 26 and the e-mail address is


information in collaboration with
All Access / Province of Luxembourg: +32 63 21 24 07

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