Unique cultural venues in Charleroi Métropole offer internationally-renowned shows. For example, Charleroi Danse, the Opéra de Chimay, the Rockerill, the former Forges de la Providence which today house an urban centre dedicated to popular and alternative cultures, or the Abbaye d’Aulne.
Playing video games as a family
The gaming space Quai 10 is unique in Belgium and is accessible to everyone in the centre of the city.
An Imax cinema in Charleroi Métropole
Visiting exhibitions, the theatre or lectures
A number of cultural venues offer exhibitions, lectures, concerts or theatre productions. For example, the Photography Museum (the biggest in Europe), BPS22 (contemporary design space housed in an industrial building made from glass and steel), the Museum of Fine Arts (PBA), the Théâtre de l’Ancre, Eden (regional cultural centre), Vecteur (showcase of contemporary design), the Marble Museum (Rance).
Sport at the heart of Charleroi Métropole
To play a sport, consult the Belgian portal where you will be able to access all the information you need. In particular, there is Adeps [Belgian Association of Physical Education and Sport] and its various sports centres but a number of recognised sports associations also offer a wide range of sporting activities for all ages. What’s more, a number of non-profit organisations also offer a variety of sporting activities. Contact your borough for more information.