The Florist’s Gardens are part of the Royal Estate of Laeken. Next to both Sobieski Park and Laeken Park, the gardens serve as an experimental breading ground and floral exhibition space for rare plants that you won’t always find in other Brussels parks. Admire, among other things, the locust trees with twisted trunks and holly trees that are over a hundred years old.
After your walk through the Gardens, head to the Heysel plateau and the Atomium via Osseghem Park. You can also visit the Design Museum Brussels, take a whistle-stop tour of the whole European continent at Mini-Europe and gaze up at the stars at the Planetarium. Brussels Expo even has temporary exhibitions. And don't forget to stop by the Japanese Tower, located not far from the Florist's Gardens.
The Florist’s Gardens
Location: The Florist’s Gardens, 1020 Laeken