Rouge Cloître

Rouge Cloître

This site probably owes its name to the colour of the mortar that used to cover the cloister of the Augustine monks who moved there in the 14th century. You can still visit its priory and other outbuildings, one of which houses an artists’ studio. Two large ponds are still dedicated to fishing, the other three serve as a nature reserve.
Not far from there, explore the Jean Massart experimental botanic garden whose living collections are intended for research and education.

Facilities :
- Benches
- Tavern
- Playgrounds (3-7 year olds and 7-12 year olds)
- Healthy path
- Information signs

Accessibility :
The site is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Practical information

  • 1160 Auderghem