Created in 1906, this geographical and botanical arboretum stretches over 2 hectares and features 150 different species (native and exotic combines, hardwoods and softwoods).
Its trees from Asia and North America make it well work making a detour for.
Curiosities of the Arboretum
- A Tsuga mertensiana, champion of Belgium
- A Vancouver fir (or giant fir), vice-champion of Belgium with its 48 m height and the citronella fragrance of its crushed needles
- Softwoods from the Rocky Mountains (West of the US)
- Tulip trees with their fascinating blooms
- Japanise larches, known for their vibrant yellow tint
- Sequoias and their timeless beauty
- Open all year