Royal Greenhouse of Laeken in Brussels

Admire the rich greenhouse on the grounds of the Royal Palace of Laeken

Admire the rich greenhouse on the grounds of the Royal Palace of Laeken | Photo credit: Para/wikimedia

Royal Greenhouse of Laeken Overview

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One of the major tourist attractions in Brussels, the Royal Greenhouse of Laeken is the Royal Greenhouse of Laeken which is an enormous greenhouse on the grounds of the Royal Palace of Laeken. Spread over a rambling 2.5 hectares the greenhouse was commissioned by King Leopold II and was designed by Alphones Balat.

The Royal Greenhouse was built between 1874 and 1895. The domes greenhouse was originally known as the Iron Church and served as the royal chapel at one point. The greenhouse can only be visited for two weeks during the months of April or May which is when the flowers are in full bloom.

  • Opening Closing Time Two weeks during the moths of April or May

  • Entrance Fee EUR 3 per adult

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Royal Palace of Laeken, Brussels