On the outskirts of Brussels you'll find Meise Botanical Gardens, one of the largest in the world, with its 92 hectares and some 18,000 plants. It's a place for walking and discovering nature and heritage but also for studying and preserving plant species.
Learn about the history of the place in Bouchout castle, discover exotic and tropical plants in the Plant Palace and explore the Wood Lab, where you can handle this precious natural resource. Not forgetting the dozens of gardens where you can admire thousands of plants: the Flower Theatre, the Rose Garden, the Fragrance and Colour Garden which houses plants used to create perfumes and aromas, the Culinary Garden where fruit, vegetables and edible herbs grow, the Medicinal Plant Garden, the Orangery where you can find citrus fruits and other Mediterranean and subtropical plants, the beehive in the Apiary, etc. All of which will provide you with a wealth of information about nature!
Activities and art exhibitions are organised throughout the year.
Meise Botanical Gardens
Location: Nieuwelaan, 38, 1860 Meise