Seny Park, which was inaugurated in 1963, is located in both Auderghem and Watermael-Boitsfort and bears the name of one of its last owners. With a surface area of 3 ha, it is one of the green spaces that were developed in the valley of the little Woluwe river, which runs through the park. Take a walk through the park and discover its winding paths, its beautiful views, its geometrically shaped beds and its pond. Follow the trail of plants classified according to their scent, which is particularly enchanting for the visually impaired, and find an educational area dedicated to indigenous plant species.
Make the most of your walk in Seny Park to explore other nearby sites and green spaces: Ten Reuken Park, the Jean Massart botanical garden and the Rouge-Cloître. A little further away you'll find the rolling hills of Woluwe Park and Tournay-Solvay Park.
Location: Boulevard du Souverain, 1160 Auderghem