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Tourist Visitors’ Reception

Address
Toerisme Lommel VZW
Dorp 14
3920 Lommel
Telephone number: +32 (0) 11 54 02 21
E-mail: info@toerismelommel.be

Opening hours
Monday till Friday: 09:00 -17:00
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

Exceptions
24 December: reception open till 15:00
25 December: closed
31 December: reception open till 15:00
1 Januari: closed

 

Tourist Visitors’ Reception

‘Toerisme Lommel VZW’

Do you want to discover Lommel? For all your questions about this North Limburg pearl, ‘Toerisme Lommel’ is there for you. We are ready for you not less than 363 days a year, on weekdays and during the entire weekend.

In our cosy visitors’ reception hall, you can nose around in numerous free brochures. Or you can just ask your question to someone at the counter. We’ll be glad to help you. And you can perfectly combine it with a visit to the nearby ‘Glazen Huis’. Top level glass art!

Regional Tourist Visitors’ Centre

More than Lommel

In the same building you will find the Regional Tourist Visitors’ Centre. Various amusing and interactive presentations and do-elements will guide you in your discovery of the entire region. ‘Toerisme Limburg’ had good reasons to set up the centre in Lommel. From a tourist point of view our town is an important operating base with more than 1.2 million nights yearly.

The showpiece of the Visitors’ Centre is the largest sand collection in the world. The 13.251 different sand samples were donated by Joop van Dijk!

What can you see and do?
 

At the digital counter on the ground floor you can call up any information about the region and Limburg. You can also see nice short films about the making of glass of sand.

In the experience room on the 1st floor you will find a “play-and-do” room where you discover the tourist trumps of the Kempen in an interactive way. There is a polyvalent room for meetings and courses, where groups can be welcomed, too.

There is no entrance fee whatsoever for the Regional Tourist Visitors’ Centre.

On the ground floor you can also nose around in the glass shop. These are pieces of glass art, made in the ‘Glazen Huis’ by Flemish and foreign glass artists. You can find some beautiful examples on this page.
 

 


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