The Parc Roi Baudouin is consists of the Bois du Laerbeek, Poelbos, Parc du Sacré-Coeur and Bois de Dieleghem. The discovery of varied biotopes or natural or half-natural sites is among the good reasons to discover this green paradise in the North-West of Brussels. The rural aspect has been underlined with kitchen gardens and the Ferme des Enfants.
It is made up of several parts or “phases” corresponding to specific kinds of arrangements: phase I and II: classical parks (alternation of lawns, ponds, plants clumps, woods and arrangements for kids), phase III: more rural zone with prairies, small woods, hedges and wet areas.
In the fitted part of the Bois de Laerbeek, you will find a tavern-restaurant with accessible terrace. |
On the Av. de l’Exposition Universelle, two more Avenue du Laerbeek and Rue au Bois.
The floor covering of phase I and II is very nice for ballads in a wheelchair. An orientation circuit has specially been arranged for persons in a wheelchair.