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What to do at Easter in Belgium?

Updated at: 31-03-2021

Here we are again, confined for the Easter holidays! Luckily this year we are still allowed to go out and get some fresh air or do a fun family activity and entertain the kids who come home a week early! Here are some ideas for all the desperate parents to keep the whole family busy. 

Jardins d’Annevoie

Jardins d’Annevoie

We already mentioned it in a previous article (read it here): the Jardins d'Annevoie are large gardens near Namur where you can walk in the middle of ponds, fountains, etc. They are open again since March 27th and welcome you without reservation. Take advantage of the good weather to visit these gardens! 

  • Open from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm
  • Allow 1h30 to visit everything
  • Free parking
  • 9,5€ per person 

Picture @Jardins d'Annevoie

Coddy offers its Easter game

Coddy offers its Easter game

Nice weather, holidays: that gives Coddy ideas. We offer you a free game during the month of April for your children! A little game that mixes riddles and picture challenges around mythological creatures to entertain your kids for an hour. During the Easter holidays, a competition is also launched with this game: post your most beautiful picture challenge of the game under the appropriate publication on our facebook page or send us your picture via our Instagram page and try your luck to be drawn and win an urban Escape Game in the city of your choice!

Available from 02/04!

And to make the most of the good weather and family time, go to one of our 16 available cities in Belgium to play an Urban Escape Game! 

The Roy Lichtenstein exhibition

The Roy Lichtenstein exhibition

A bit of culture: an exhibition on Roy Lichtenstein, master of American Pop Art, is taking place at the BAM in Mons. Let your children discover various works (sculptures, tapestries, banners,...) of this creator, it is worth it! A very interesting universe that will amaze your children ;-)

  • Reservation online at visitmons.be or by phone
  • Free on Sundays
  • Until April 18th !
Investigation at the Museum

Investigation at the Museum

At the National Bank of Belgium Museum, a treasure hunt is organised during the Easter holidays for the little ones (4-6 years old) in an easy version and for the older ones in a slightly more complicated version (7-12 years old). It is free and takes place in the museum itself. However, you have to book by e-mail or telephone. Please note that the museum is closed from 1 to 5 April.

Picture: Museum of the National Bank of Belgium

Egg hunt in Mageroy

Egg hunt in Mageroy

Villa Mageroy is a Gallo-Roman villa and a tourist/archaeological site in the Province of Luxembourg. An accessible site for walkers where an Easter egg hunt will be organised! On Tuesdays 06 and 13 April you can go in search of chocolate eggs laid by the bells! Event organised for children aged 5 to 9 years accompanied by an adult.

  • Reservation required on their website
Floralia

Floralia

In Grand-Bigard, make the most of spring by visiting the Floralia Brussels flower exhibition in the park of the Grand-Bigard castle. The exhibition runs from 3 April to 2 May. Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and other flowers will be posing with your children for an afternoon in the sun :-)

  • Open from 10am to 6pm.
  • 14€ per adult and 5€ for children up to 14 years old.
15 unusual walks

15 unusual walks

Want to go for a walk with your family? The Wallonia Belgium Tourism website has put together a document containing 15 unusual walks to do with the family to discover Wallonia! From Charleroi to Liège, take a walk in the woods, forests, along waterways and discover what Belgium has to offer in terms of landscapes and nature. Discover it here (in french)

Bois des Rêves

Bois des Rêves

"Wood of Dreams" its name makes you want to go there and its activities too! The Bois des Rêves is a domain near Ottignies where your children can only have fun: large playgrounds, mountain bike tracks, walks in the woods (17 km of paths!), etc. Access is free. 

Picture: destination bw

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