The Botanical Garden of Brussels and its bronze sculptures

16/09/2017 - 17/09/2017

The Botanical Garden of Brussels no longer plays a role in botanical and horticultural conservation and research, a function that it carried out for over a century and then lost to the Botanical Garden of Meise. In spite of its misfortunes and modern-day amputations – North-South train junction, boulevards and road tunnels, metro works and office buildings – it remains one of the oldest and most beautiful public parks in the capital. From its creation in 1829, and up to the present day, the park has been a much-loved venue for walks, art and culture. It is the site of open air concerts and contains an extraordinary series of bronze sculptures. Today, its buildings are home to a cultural centre, where native and exotic plants once blossomed. A walking tour that will bring you back in time…

In cooperation with La Fonderie.

Practical information

    • at the top of the park access ramp (tram stop)
    • rue Royale
    • 1210 Brussels
    • Saturday and Sunday at 11h00, 13h00 and 14h30 (French) and at 13h30 and 15h00 (Dutch) (duration: 1 hour)
      Please note that bookings are preferred. Call 02/410.99.50 (from Monday to Friday, 09h00 to 17h00). Up to 25 people per tour.
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      Botanique/Kruidtuin