Kasteel Ooidonk

This 16C castle, surrounded by water and trees, is still inhabited and replaced a Medieval fortress destroyed during the Wars of Religion. Its crow-stepped gables and onion-domed towers are characteristic of the Hispano-Flemish style. The interior, refurbished in the 19C, boasts fine apartments. The 16C portraits include Philippe de Montmorency, Count of Hornes, who was beheaded in Brussels in 1568.

Useful information

Address : 

Ooidonkdreef 11, 9800 Deinze

Phone:

+32 9 282 35 70

Opening hours

Jul-Aug: weekends and Bank Hols 2pm-5.30pm; Apr-Jun and early-mid Sep: Sun and Bank Hols 2pm-5.30pm - €7 (visitors aged under 12 €2) - gardens: €1 (children €0.30).

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