CASTLE OF BOUSSU
Rue du Moulin 43
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The enormous, 100-metre high ruins of the Renaissance style castle of Boussu, which was built by Jacques Du Broeucq, are classified as an Exceptional Heritage Site. Situated in a 12-hectare park, visitors can visit both the ruins and an archaeological dig on the site. The funerary chapel features the Renaissance mausoleums of the Hennin-Liétard family, some beautiful tombstones and a religious art museum.
Open every day, by prior arrangement only.
Guided visit of the Castle of Boussu and the Chapel possible all year round (€ 4,-/pers.).
Guided tours for groups only - duration: 2h30 to 3h for the 2 sites - languages: FR, NL.
Chapel open on Sunday from 10 am to 12 pm, from May to September.
Address of the chapel: near the parish church of Saint-Géry (Boussu Centre).
Contact: M. Capouillez +32 (0)475/84 40 07.
Access: Motorway E19 towards Mons, exit 25, trunk road 51 / Train: Boussu / Bus: 7, 9, 11, 28, 78.
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Open daily for the public (admission free).
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