The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken are open to the general public from Friday, April 19 to Friday, May 10, announced the Royal Palace.
The greenhouse complex was designed in the second half of the 19th century by architect Alphonse Balat at the request of Leopold II.
Outside the greenhouses, the public can visit Queen Elizabeth’s studio. The public will also be able to discover the recently restored Neptunus fountain. It is located a few hundred meters from the greenhouses.
The entrance is through the gates of honor of the Château de Laeken, avenue du Parc Royal. The entrance fee is set at 2.5 euros per person (free for children under 18). “The money collected will be entirely devoted to the Queen’s Works, restoration operations and the acquisition of works of art from the Royal Collection”, explained the Royal Palace.