Boussu castle, its park and museum | Province of Hainaut

Some tourist attractions have reopened to the public.

Please check the opening times, booking tips and recommendations with them (either via their website or by contacting them directly) before visiting. Remember to check the border and quarantine regulations before travelling.
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  • Châteaux
  • Park (castles)
  • Park/garden
  • Architectural heritage

Built in the 16th century by Jacques du Broeucq, Boussu Castle offers a visit rich in cutural and nature gems.

Near Mons and the Grand Hornu site, visitors can discover this castle and the funeral chapel of its former lords: a unique architectural complex.

An exceptional Renaissance monument

The archaeological site and the castle are listed as exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia.

The castle, beautifully renovated, can be visited by the public and is now home to an Interpretation Centre and regularly hosts activities.

The Interpretation Centre

The galleries feature artefacts from the Gallo Roman era to the 20th century, as well as a 3D reconstruction of the castle through time. Visitors will also discover the Lapidary Museum.

The gardens

The estate, stretching over 12 hectares, counts hundred-years-old trees, a fascinating biodiversity and hives. Take a stroll along its sweet little paths to admire its lawns, ponds, gardens and varied foliage. The former pavilion is now a nature observatory.





  • Outdoor catering


  • Daylight
  • Cycle rack
  • Parking


    Pets allowed


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    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.