Enghien Park

Interesting
The park was originally laid out in the 15C, but only became one of the finest in Europe thanks to Charles d'Arenberg in the 17C. The chapel tower is all that remains of the former château demolished in the 19C. The present château was built in 1913 on the site of the former orangery. Visitors can enjoy woodland, lawns, flowerbeds, lakes laid out around 18C stables or the Chinese Pavilion.

Useful information

Address : 

av. Élizabeth, 7850 Enghien

Phone:

+32 2 397 10 20

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-6pm; rest of year: 10am-4pm, weekends 10am-5pm - free access except events

Nearby tourist attractions

St Nicholas' Church, Enghien (Église St-Nicolas)
St Nicholas' Church, Enghien (Église St-Nicolas)
This large Gothic church has a 51-chime
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Jonathas House
Jonathas House
This 12C Romanesque keep, near the
Enghien Capuchin Church (Église des Capucins)
Enghien Capuchin Church (Église des Capucins)
This 1616 church has a fine Renaissance
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