The Provincial Archaeological Museum (pam) Ename in East Flanders presents the history of this medieval castle, which dates back to approximately the year 1000, and the Benedictine Abbey of Ename (11th - 18th century).


Lijnwaadmarkt 20
9700 Oudenaarde


T+32 (0)55 30 90 40

Accessibility information

The museum is easily accessible and has a specially adapted toilet. There is a specially adapted parking space near the entrance to the museum, which has a low reception desk and a lift. The showcases are sufficiently low and a wheelchair can be provided by the museum. Tactile surfaces are provided for the blind and visually impaired and you can also touch replicas of valuable objects and listen to special audio guides. Texts in large type are also available. a special educational programme for visitors disability is available. Subtitling is provided for visitors with a hearing impairment. For those with hearing difficulties, there is also an audio guide. Tour guides are available on request.

Local map

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