Go swimming, have fun at the play structures in the gardens, have an ice cream by the lake and enjoy a family game – you can easily spend the day at Lac du Bambois without getting bored!
The “Garden of Europe” is one of the largest and most impressive flower gardens in the world with over 7 million tulips spanning over the 32-acre park. It’s also fun for kids with a small playground and some farm animals. Open between March and May every year
Designed in 1873 for King Leopold II by Alphonse Balat, the glass palace is open to the public once a year in spring for three weeks
One of the largest botanical gardens in the world with a barefoot path for kids, a pullable platform on the lake next to the castle (our favorite spot!), a greenhouse complex, some treasure hunts for kids and a café to relax by the lake… And all this less than 25 minutes away from Brussels!
A small and beautiful Japanese garden with a koi pond and cherry blossoms
Flower exhibition in the park and the greenhouses of the 12th-century castle of Groot-Bijgaarden