6941 HEYD (DURBUY)
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Come and admire the creatures that live in our countryside and forests. This is a fascinating educational and scientific exhibition open to all.
Open to the public since 1980, this Nature and Sustainable Development Awareness Centre is an educational and cultural treasure, with its exhibition dedicated to the natural history of our countryside and forests, the permanent aim of which is protecting the environment and biodiversity.
The wooded grounds, bedecked with flowers, are for walkers only; access is free all year round.
Closed on 25/12 and 01/01 only.
The exhibition is accessible to people with reduced mobility; the grounds are partially accessible. Dogs on a lead are admitted into the grounds and the Exhibition Centre.
Guided tours by reservation for groups of 12 people or more in French. For a visit with a commentary in another language, visit the site of the Belgian Luxembourg Tourist Office, where you will find details of nature guides for this region.
No restaurant on the site but picnics are permitted.
Hot and cold drink machines available.
Free water fountain.
Tourist information on the town DURBUY