PARC DE SEPT HEURES
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Laid out in the mid-18th century to answer the needs of those taking the waters, the "seven o'clock" public park, along with the now vanished Parc de Quatre Heures, was one of the main places in Spa to see and be seen. A listed site since 1977, it is an essential feature in the town landscape. As well as several interesting trees, including a famous oak, and a lake with a fountain, it is crossed by two majestic side paths planted with good sized hornbeams, limes and elms, framing the central avenue. Also to be found in the park are a number of 19th century buildings which demonstrate the eclectic tastes of the period: the iron and glass Galerie Léopold II and the Queen Maria-Henrietta and Petits Jeux pavilions, the second of which houses the Tourist office.
Open all year round.
Acces: centre of Spa.
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