Parc de Woluwe
Avenue de Tervueren
1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre

Located between Avenue de Tervueren and Boulevard du Souverain, Woluwe Park is around 175 acres and was commissioned by Leopold II for the World Fair in 1897. It was designed by the French landscaper, Lainé, and was completed in 1899.

Parc de Woluwe is a beautiful park with three ponds, huge lawns and many different species of plants and trees such as the Giant Séquoia. This is an ideal place to do sport, have a picnic or go for a walk. The ponds are home to swans and ducks.

Have something to eat at the restaurant, take a boat ride or shoot a round of mini-golf. You will always have something to do at Parc de Woluwe.

To get to Parc de Woluwe, take tram 39 or 44 or bus 36 or 42.

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