Due to the Government's measures against Covid-19, the House of Pataphony is temporarily closed. The rules allowing museums to open in Belgium unfortunately doesn't apply here.

Thank you for your understanding.



Practical information

General public: Sundays at 02:00 pm & 04:00 pm.

Face mask is compulsory from age 12.

Booking is essential.

082/21.39.39. – info@ccrd.be (booking office is open from Monday to Friday, from 08:30 am to 12:00 am and from 01:00 pm to 05:00 pm).




In Dinant, City of Music ...
For some years, the Cultural Centre of Dinant (CCRD), first alone and then under the auspices of the International Adolphe Sax Association, has been developing a project to lend new dynamism to the image of the Dinant region, centring on the emblematic figure of Adolphe Sax (born in Dinant in 1814) and his principal invention: the saxophone.
It has now chosen to explore new paths, the making of unconventional instruments and patamusic. In 2001, in the “House of the Pléban”, the House of Pataphony opened its doors.