The Bouillon castle, falconry demonstrations and exhibitions

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  • Watch a falconry demonstration at the Bouillon castle
  • The Bouillon Castle, falconry demonstrations and exhibitions
  • The Bouillon Castle, falconry demonstrations and exhibitions
  • The Bouillon Castle, falconry demonstrations and exhibitions
  • Châteaux
  • Architectural heritage
  • Museum & discovery

Built on three rock pitons overlooking the Semois river, the Bouillon Castle is a remarkable monument in the province of Luxembourg, retracing almost a thousand years of history and military architecture.

With its stunning vaulted rooms, the Bouillon castle is considered one of the oldest and most impressive feudal buildings in Belgium.

Do not miss the falconry demonstrations, taking place every day from March 01 to November 11. Two exhibitions are included with your entry fee - one presents the birds of prey, the other "Scriptura", how writing has evolved from the Middle Ages till now.

You can combine your visit with the nearby Archéoscope Godefroid de Bouillon and Ducal Museum.

The castle's history

This fortified building, which is said to date back to the VIIIth century, was made famous by Godefroid, leader of the first crusade (1096) and Advocate of the Holy Sepulchre. It was used as a military base until 1830 and was later reworked by Vauban, Louis XIV's famous architect, to be fitted with heavy artillery for the wars to come.

 

Schedule

From 01 January to 31 December 2018.

Price

Individual

€ 7
€ 5
€ 5
€ 6.5
€ 5

Group

€ 6.5
Souvenir guide book: 1.50 € Available in Dutch, English, French, German and Japanese. Audio guide: 2 €. For more details about entry fees, check the castle's website.

Information sur la promenade

Duree

Duree minimum1:30

Facilities

Services

  • Audioguide
  • Educational service
  • Visitor guide for groups

Equipement

  • Parking
  • Car parking

Visites

FR - EN - German - NL
Audioguide/mobile app/tablet

Additional information

Parking busYes
Secure ParkingYes
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.