- Park (castles)
- Architectural heritage
The Solvay Estate in La Hulpe, listed as "Exceptional cultural site in Wallonia", features part of the Sonian Forest and the Château de La Hulpe.
Go through the gate and follow the path this French-style castle, a gem dating back to 1842. The castle is spread out in a series of rooms, some small, others more majestic, thus creating a peaceful harmony.
A spot of history
The Marquis of Béthune built the castle around 1840 in a Louis XII and François I style. At the end of the 19th century, the estate was purchased by chemist and soda tycoon Ernest Solvay. It is now owned by the region of Wallonia.
Access and location
The estate, the perfect place for a walk and for relaxation, is open to the public. The castle itself cannot be visited. It can, however, be rented for private events, dinners, receptions, meetings, weddings and filming.
The park is open all year round: in winter from 8 am to 6 pm and in summer from 8 am to 9 pm.
- Free catering
- Air conditioning
- Training materials provided
- Car parking