Cinquantenaire Park

The Cinquantenaire (50th anniversary) site is comprised of a vast set of gardens dotted with monuments and museums. It is dominated by a triumphal arch with three arches. The park hosts numerous activities throughout the year: events, celebrations, firework displays, sporting events, concerts, etc.

This place of interest was built in 1880 for the 50th anniversary of the independence of Belgium. The broad pathways lead to the Pavilion of Human Passions designed by Victor Horta, the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces & Military History, the Royal Museums of Art and History and to Autoworld. At the top of the three triumphal arches there’s a bronze quadriga and an unbeatable sweeping view over the whole of Brussels.

Facilities :
- Benches
- Picnic tables
- Fountain
- Playground for 3-7 year olds
- Playground for 7-12 year olds
- Multi-purpose sports pitch
- Deck chairs (summer)

Accessibility :
The entrance to the Schuman side has been especially designed with this in mind. The aisle lining is suitable for wheelchairs. Here and there, shallow troughs pass through them. Round paving on the esplanade.

Practical information