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Door Kabouterogen (Through Gnomes’ Eyes)
-Christmas walk in Zoersel, seeing everything through the eyes of gnomes!
-Very well organized
-Although not necessary, your experience will be enhanced if you speak Dutch
-Loosely based on the idea of ‘The little insect book’ by Godfried Bomans
-A little boy, Kobbe, is bored in his room due to the pandemic 🙂 He goes to the forest with a magnifying glass, but all animals are afraid of him. Then he dresses up as a gnome and meets many forest animals (there are also signs in Dutch to learn about the animals).
-Free entrance – edited to add: there is no set price for admission, but they do ask for voluntary donation at the end of the walk. The donations are collected in a piggy bank and the proceeds go towards organizing next year’s walk.
-Dogs allowed on a leash
-Mask obligatory, excellent measures for the pandemic
-WC at the start/end
-You can combine this with the Christmas walk in Zoersel 2020:
You can park here:
The walk starts here:
Christmas with kids in Belgium:
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If you are wondering what to do in Belgium with the kids during Christmas holidays, then read on this guide with family friendly Christmas events! St Nicholas events, meet Santa, Christmas markets, tractor parades, light shows, Christmas brunches with kids, theater shows and concerts and more!
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