Welcome desk in Redu

Accessibility of the reception desk at Redu (Libin)

The reception office of the Maison du Tourisme de la Forêt de Saint-Hubert and the Office du Tourisme in Redu is easy to find. It is located opposite the church in Redu and to the right of the Mudia (Didactic Art Museum).
The address is Place de l’Esro 60, 6890 Redu
You can call the reception desk at the Maison du Tourisme/Office du Tourisme on 061 65 66 99. If you are calling from abroad, dial 0032 61 65 66 99.
The reception office of the Maison du Tourisme / Office du Tourisme in Redu is open according to the following schedule: – during the school holidays: every day from 10 am to 5 pm – outside the school holidays from March to November: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10 am to 5 pm – outside the school holidays from December to February: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 2pm Closed on Christmas Day (25 December) and New Year’s Day (1 January).
At the Maison du Tourisme / Office du Tourisme in Redu, you can receive tourist brochures about the region, tourist information about attractions and museums, walks, restaurants, accommodation, other activities such as events and buy souvenirs.

Photo of the car park on the square:

Photos of the façade and the entrance:

Photos of the interior

People with reduced mobility

We recommend that you are accompanied. Assistance dogs are allowed. Parking: There is a parking space in the square next to the church, about 60 metres from the main entrance. The road crossing is not secured by a pedestrian crossing. Access to the building: A sign above the entrance identifies the building. The entrance is unobstructed and the walkway is wide. The doorway is facilitated by a ramp. Inside the building: You can access the ground floor. It is on one level and the circulation spaces are wide The information counter is very high for a person in a wheelchair but the person at the reception desk will be careful to move around when you come in. The payment machine is mobile. The brochures are placed on shelves and are partly accessible for wheelchair users. If necessary, the person at the reception desk will be able to help and inform you. There are no adapted toilets in the building.

Blind / visually impaired people

We recommend you be accompanied. Assistance dogs are allowed.

Deaf/hard of hearing people

We recommend to be accompanied. Parking: There is a parking space in the square next to the church, about 60 metres from the main entrance. The road crossing is not secured by a pedestrian crossing. Access to the building: A sign above the entrance identifies the building. The reception desk is well lit and allows for lip reading. Inside the building: The information desk is easy to find. The staff will be careful to facilitate lip-reading and use written or visual aids to facilitate communication. There are no adapted toilets in the building.

People with comprehension difficulties

This text is written in Easy to Read and Understand. What is a Maison du Tourisme / un Office du Tourisme ? In a Maison du Tourisme Informatio there is information for tourists. Tourists are people who travel to a region. A Maison du Tourisme explains the things to see and do in the region. For example: museums to visit walks to do amusement parks restaurants And many other things. A tourist office also organises events, for example. Parking: There are parking spaces right next to the Tourism building. There are no pedestrian crossings to cross the road. So you have to look left and right to cross. Inside the building: There is always someone at the reception to help you. At the moment, the small information books are not written in “Easy to Read and Understand”. You can pay with a bank card or with money. For information, you can send an e-mail to tourisme@libin.be There are no accessible toilets.

People with autism

We recommend that you be accompanied. Assistance dogs are allowed. Parking: There are parking spaces close to the building. The road crossing is not secured by a pedestrian crossing. Access to the building: The building is easy to find as there is a sign above the entrance. Inside the building: The information desk is easy to find. Staff are on hand to help you if you need it. During school holidays, the reception desk is often more crowded. If you make purchases, you can pay with your bank card or with cash. For information, you can send an e-mail to tourisme@libin.be. There are no toilets.
Information page written in collaboration with All Access / Province of Luxembourg: +32 63 21 24
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