Parc Brugmann is a historical and natural park in Uccle, Belgium. It covers 5 hectares of land and was once the property of Georges Brugmann, a prominent businessman and philanthropist who developed several streets and buildings in the north of the commune. The park features a hêtraie, a beech grove that was donated by Brugmann’s heirs to the commune for public use. The park also has a nice little playground perfect for little ones, surrounded by lots of green grass and tall trees, creating a peaceful and natural atmosphere, with plenty of benches where you can take a break and relax while your kids play. It has also a dog-free zone, benches, a sports trail, and monuments. The park is accessible by car, tram, or bus and has wide and well-maintained paths that are suitable for people with reduced mobility. Parc Brugmann is a beautiful and relaxing place to enjoy nature and culture in Uccle.