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  • Attractions
  • Recreational park
  • Châteaux
  • Provincial estate - Domain
  • Mini-Golf
  • Park (castles)
  • Park/garden
  • Sport and relaxation
  • Sport
  • Fishing

Nestled between Brussels and Liège, this sumptuous 18th century castle in neoclassical style opens  its magnificent park to families, offering a range of outdoor activities in an exceptionally green setting.

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History

  • After the French Revolution, Heylisse Abbey, built in the 12th century, was dissolved and mostly destroyed.  The abbot's house remained, and in 1870 was restructured into the present castle.
  • The castle and park were acquired by the Province of Brabant in 1962 and thereafter opened to the public
  • At the heart of the estate is the Musée d'interprétation archéologique, which offers a playful introduction to the local heritage from Prehistoric time to the Roman Conquest.

Take a stroll

  • A 28 hectares park (BBQ, deer) open to the public
  • 4 fishing ponds (trout, carp)
  • 5,000 m2 playground
  • Landscaped miniature 19 holes golf course
  • Magnificent terrace overlooking the ponds and Pop-Up Bar
  • Fenced play area for dogs

 

 

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Services

Indoor catering

Equipement

Access for PRM (autodeclared) - Cafe - Daylight - Training materials provided - Car parking - Cycle rack - Parking - Playground - Restaurant - WIFI

Animals

Pets allowed

Visites

Guide available/groups - FR - NL

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