The Château de Bois-Seigneur-Isaac and its park

  • Châteaux
  • Park (castles)
  • Park/garden
  • Architectural heritage

This former feudal fortress, turned into a leisure castle in the 18th century, is located in the Walloon Brabant, 30 km from Brussels.

The castle was built in 1737 by C.J. Hannoteaux for Mme de Belhomme. The furniture and paintings are remarkable.

The park was arranged in an English style beginning of the 19th century, plantesaround a perspective going from the castle to the former game keeper's house with its neo gothicwindows. Aside from romantic trimmed box trees, the park features many remarkable, even protected trees. A French style garden, designed by  Duchêne beginning of the 20th century, stretches behind and along the castle,

The castle offers a prestigious setting for professional or pricate events (weddings, receptions, seminars.

Visiting the Château du Bois-Seigneur-Isaac

Open for heritage days, the second Saturday and Sunday in September.
Entry is free but must be booked a week before the heritage days.

All year on request for groups (15 persons min., guided tour)
30-50 mn
7€ pp for a simple visit or 9€ pp for the visit + a drink
Visit of the park included in the fee.



  • Parking


The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.