- Woodland, nature reserve or natural area
- Cycle ride
- Walking or hiking
- Cross-country skiing
- Trekking & hiking
- Cycling and Mountain Biking
Located on the highest site of the country, between the Fagnes plain and forest crossed by mountain streams, the Maison du Parc-Botrange welcome visitors in their quest to reconnect with outdoors activities and discover the largest Nature reserve in Belgium.
Original, playful, interactive, surprising: the permanent exhibition, Fania, will reveal the haute Fagnes' many secrets. Designed with children in mind, the galleries immerse you in a soothing, enchanting atmosphere. Listen up! Here you get to hear morning birds, nocturnal noises.... Further on, you can climb in a squirrel's nest and explore a fox's burrow.
The brewery and boutique
Enjoy regional recipes. locally brewed beer, freshly pressed fruit juice... or do a little shopping! The boutique features nature books, terroir products, postcards, hiking maps and all kind of gift ideas...
- Information on hikes
- Possibility to book guided tours (4 weeks in advance min.)
Outside the Maison du Parc-Botrange
- Play area
- Medicinal plants garden
- Didactic path (accessible to PRMs)
- Possibility to rent cross-country skiing equipment in season
- Tractor drawn vehicles tour (April to October, audio guide available in French/Dutch/German)
- Possibility to rent e-bikes
Visitors with specific needs
The Botrange nature centre is one of the many sites certified by Access-i (meaning with facilities or/activities adapted to travellers with specific needs). Please note only the museum (not the gardens) is certified. You will find more details on the website to plan your visit.
Weekdays: from 09:00 to 17:00
Weekends and public holidays: from 10:00 to 18:00
- December 24th and 31st from 214:00
- December 25th and January 1st (all day)
Closed at 2 pm on December 24th and 31st.
- E-bike hire
- Bike hire
- Library or document centre
- Educational service
- Car parking
- Cycle rack