Enghien Park

Interesting
The park was originally laid out in the 15C, but it only became one of the finest in Europe in the 17C - thanks to Charles d'Arenberg. The chapel tower is all that remains of the former château, which was demolished in the 19C. The present château (1913) stands where the orangery used to be. Visitors can stroll about woodland, lawns, flowerbeds, lakes surrounding the stables (18C), the Chinese Pavilion and the Seven Stars Pavilion.

Useful information

Address:

av. Élizabeth, 7850 Enghien

Phone:

+32 2 397 10 25

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: daily 8am-8pm; Nov-end Mar: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm

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Enghien Capuchin Church (Église des Capucins)
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