Japanese Garden Hasselt

Japanese Garden Hasselt

-A small and beautiful Japanese garden with a koi pond and cherry blossoms
-Only online tickets available
-Cost: adults EUR 6, kids <12 years old free entrance
-Free entrance for visitors in cosplay (Japanese pop culture) and traditional Japanese attire 🙂
-Tickets are separated in morning and afternoon slots, so that only 500 people maximum are in the garden at any given time
-You can book your tickets here:
https://www.visithasselt.be/en/japanese-garden/opening-hours-and-tickets
-There is a food truck with Japanese food (but only on the weekends)
-The stones near the waterfall are not stroller and wheelchair friendly. There are also a few steps near the tea house. The good news is that there is an alternative path.
-Dogs are not allowed
-Free parking
-You can combine it with the awesome playground of Bokrijk (there is also an arboretum there and an open air museum) and with Cycling through water
-About one hour drive E of Schuman, Brussels (or 2 hours by public transport)

Japanese Garden
(link to the parking)
Gouverneur Verwilghensingel 15, 3500 Hasselt
https://goo.gl/maps/5a8iHGnmrj8h2MNE8

Alternative parking here:
Koning Boudewijnlaan Parking
3500 Hasselt
https://goo.gl/maps/jVBG6qkjbFf97h467