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Visit : Park/Garden


© OPT - Xavier Claes

The Egmont Park, situated between the Rue aux Laines, the Rue du Grand-Cerf, the Boulevard de Waterloo and the Egmont Palace, has always been very secluded, to such an extent that few people know it. Since two or three years there is a new entrance to the park (next to the entrances in the Rue du Grand-Cerf and the Boulevard de Waterloo), situated in the Rue aux Laines. The park is the place to be for daydreaming or reading and for children to romp about. Peter Pan made his home in a Turner oak. The Pollepel, ¿ladle¿, an genuine Gothic well, takes us to the Middle Ages. In the middle of the orangery, an icebox can be found, which was used to preserve ice.

Access: Subway: Louise / Bus: 20, 34, 95, 96 / Tram: 92, 93, 94.
Free entrance.

Complementary visits:
the Boulevard de Waterloo and the Avenue Louise close by are the luxury goods shop par excellence,
Egmont Palace,
Sablon and surroundings,
Law Courts,
Porte de Hal.


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