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Park van Tervuren

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Park van Tervuren

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Keizerinnendreef, Tervuren 3080 Belgium
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StokkeBrussels Metro59 min
KraainemBrussels Metro68 min
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Escape Game at the Royal Museum for Central Africa
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Escape Game at the Royal Museum for Central Africa

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This is the first and only museum escape game in Belgium that was created for the AfricaMuseum. <br>During this one hour and a half, have a great time and discover the museum at your own pace with the fun of a game. You'll need to work as a team to be able to solve this quest. It's fun, challenging, and played in a unique setting!
US$22.06 per adult
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Trainbleu wrote a review Oct. 2020
Brussels, Belgium22,481 contributions758 helpful votes
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We picked up a large map of the park at the Visit Tervuren visitors’ centre and took an enjoyable stroll along canals and ponds on a sunny October Sunday afternoon. The landscaped park offers lovely views on the neo-classical museum palace (1904-1909), modelled on the Petit Palais in Paris, and the smaller Palace of Colonies or Africa Palace (1897) modelled on the Petit Trianon. There is a smattering of old statues, most of them close to the Colonial Palace and the museum. To the east of the garden there is an interesting contemporary fountain entitled “The Congo, I presume”, by Belgian artist Tom Frantzen. In recent times it has been vandalised twice despite the fact that the ensemble is clearly critical of the colonial policy of Belgian King Leopold II in Africa. A clear case of misdirected iconoclasm.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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kirstena333 wrote a review Sep. 2020
Brussels, Belgium3 contributions1 helpful vote
A very popular place for people to walk, play and relax. Just behind the African museum. Have lunch in Tervuren, then walk it off in the park :)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Christel D wrote a review Oct. 2019
Nijlen, Belgium337 contributions63 helpful votes
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This park has it all. It is suited for all ages, accessable for strollers and wheelchairs. It is allowed to sit on the grass. The park is next to a large parking (not free) and a big playground. It has several ponds with ducks and swans. The Afrika Museum is located in the park, which exists for ages. You can walk for hours or sit down on the grass like many people do too.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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RatingDuo wrote a review Sep. 2019
Merak, India536 contributions169 helpful votes
Tervuren is definitely one of the biggest green areas in and around Brussels. It can be visited in bad weather as well without the risk of falling branches as it has well open areas where one can take a stroll. However in very bad weather this area might be closed off for safety reasons. There are paths that are good for cycling. Others for horse riding. It is a very diverse park which offers a lot both for residents around and visiting tourists. Check the website of Tervuren Tourism for interesting walking routes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Richard Chalks wrote a review Sep. 2019
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Plenty of nature to experience and cafe's to sit and enjoy a moment of peace and calm. Many folks walk their dogs here and there are plenty of cyclists and joggers.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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