Key Info
  • All Ages
  • Families
  • Outdoors
  • Free Private
  • < 1 km
  • 0h to 2h
  • No
  • € 2,00
  • Cash, Debit Card
Price List
Closed
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  • Monday

    Closed

  • Tuesday

    Closed

  • Wednesday

    Closed

  • Thursday

    Closed

  • Friday

    Closed

  • Saturday

    14:00 - 18:00

  • Sunday

    14:00 - 18:00

  • 13/06/24 02:02 local time

Seasonal Opening Hours & Closed Days

April, May, June, September and October:
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 14:00 – 18:00
Friday after Ascension Day: 14:00 – 18:00

July and August:
every day (including public holidays!): 13:00 – 18:00

Autumn holidays:
the maze is only open during the Halloween activities: 14:00 – 20:00.
(last visitors admitted until 19:30). Don't forget your flashlight if you arrive after 17:00.

Winter break:
closed from November 1st (All Saints' Day) until the start of the Easter holidays.

Easter holidays:
every day, including weekends and public holidays: 14:00 – 18:00

Attractions
Amenities
  • Toilet: Yes
  • Birthday Formulas: Unknown
Accessibility
  • Stroller: Easy
  • Stairs: Easy
  • Elevator: Not Required
  • Accessibility Details:

    Wheelchair users are welcome but at their own risk. The comfortable course depends on the maneuverability of the wheelchair, the crowds and the condition of the surface.
    Wheelchair accessible entrance.
    Wheelchair accessible parking.

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  • DESCRIPTION:

    Loppem Castle Maze

    On the edge of the beautiful castle park of Loppem, protected as a cultural-historical landscape, is one of the few 'real' mazes in Belgium. This maze was designed in 1873 by the young Albert and Ernest van Caloen and is more than 20 ares in size. Dozens of corridors with a total of one and a half kilometers of green and red hornbeam lead to a central tree. Who will hit first? Finding the exit is also sometimes less easy than it seems...

    Loppem Castle

    The impressive castle is set in a romantic park with ponds and a maze – an ideal outing for young and old! Individual visitors can tour the castle from March until the end of the autumn break (end of October into the beginning of November in Belgium). Groups can visit the castle every day of the year, by appointment.

    TIPS
    • 'The Maze Mole' is a simple educational game mainly for children between 7 and 9 years old. While the children find their way in the maze, they solve some riddles. Participation is free with a paying visit.
    • You can also search in the castle (for groups). The treasure hunt is available tailored to adults and/or children. For information and reservations: www.kasteelvanloppem.be
    • There are 3 marked walking loops in the park, you can choose between a walk of 1,5 to 3 km.
      Download a map of the park at the bottom of this page or ask at the maze reception desk.
  • MUST KNOW:

    Dogs only allowed on a leash (during large public activities, please keep the four-legged friend outside the maze).
    Last admission until 45 minutes before closing time (i.e. 17:15). Arrive on time to experience this maze quietly.
    Groups (from 15 people) must reserve in advance, preferably by emailing tourism@zedelgem.be at least 4 days in advance.

  • EXTRA INFO

    Arrangements for group visits outside of the opening hours are possible.
    The price for a guide when visiting the park or castle is €50.

Address
Location
  • City: Zedelgem
  • Province: West Flanders
  • Country: Belgium
  • Latitude: 51.15682
  • Longitude: 3.20331
  • Access Details:

    Use P1 at the back of the castle. A nice path takes you to the maze (follow the arrows).
    There are also some parking spaces just next to the maze but these are very limited.
    Bicycle parking is possible close to the entrance of the maze.

    There is a bus stop nearby: Loppem/Struiven Hane sports center, then a 2-minute walk.

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