JEAN MASSART EXPERIMENTAL GARDEN OF THE ULB
Chaussée de Wavre 1850
1160 Brussels (AUDERGHEM)
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The Experimental Jean Massart garden is mainly composed of rich thematic collections of classified plants, which are shown in a didactic way. One can admire a garden of medicinal plants, an evolutionary garden (with more than 600 species of flowering plants), a garden of cultivated plants, an arboretum (exotic essences of which a big part conifers), an orchard, a nature reserve in a humid zone. It also houses two ecoclimatic resorts and two laboratories of the Plant Biology Department of the Université Libre de Bruxelles. This place offers the visitor a setting with a well-kept landscaped laying-out, where many observations and discoveries take place.
Closed on public holidays, weekends, 2/11, 20/11 and 2/1.
Guided tours from May to October on Thursdays and every 2nd Saturday of the month (2.30 p.m.) + by appointment for groups.
8 themed visits spread out over 8 Sundays and 8 Thursdays.
Subway: Hermann-Debroux / Bus: 34, 41, 42, 72, 95, 96
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