Beauvoorde Castle is one of the best kept secrets in the Flemish 'Westhoek'. The 17th century 'maison de plaisance' near Veurne is surrounded by a beautiful country park.
The Chapel of Our Lady of Steenbergen is a baroque place of worship on the border of the Meerdaal, Heverlee and Eigenhoven woods. It is a place were people like to contemplate, walk or cycle.
Fort Napoleon is located between the dunes of the Ostend east bank. It forms the decor of hundreds of years of history. Come and experience the permanent and temporary exhibitions for young and old.
The late Gothic Heers Castle is located in the south of Haspengouw. This monumental site is closed for restoration, but keep an eye on the agenda (Dutch) for guided tours and activities on the castle domain.
The Abbey of Herkenrode in Hasselt is an impressive domain with over 800 years of history. Walk, cycle and discover the heritage here, visit the experience center, the herbal garden and the water mill.
Horst Castle is a wonderful moated castle in between the green hills of the Hageland. It is the fictional home of the Red Knight, a well known Belgian cartoon character. The castle is currently closed for restoration, but special openings will be announced.
The magnificent Laarne Castle is one of the most beautiful and best preserved water castles in the country, just a stone’s throw from Ghent. This unique place is more than 700 years old!
Anyone driving via the express way to the Flemish coast will pass the Mill of Hoeke, you cannot miss it. Every first and third Sunday of the month between 10.00 and 12.00 am you can experience this piece of agricultural heritage.
The Palace in Meir is a palatial city residence in the commercial heart of Antwerp. It is a 18th century roccoco gem with interesting styling additions from later residents.
Stop Schedaal is the only fully conserved tram depot of the Belgian Railways. It is a sympathetic museum in the rolling hills of the Pajottenland. You can visit this piece of industrial heritage by yourself or in (class) group.