Belgium is known worldwide for producing the best chocolates in the world and offers different programs at Easter.
1. Egg Hunting Jardins d’Annevoie
Located in the Haute Meuse, a region where forests and rivers alternate harmoniously and in the middle a garden that mixes French style, with English romanticism and Italian geometry.
The Jardins d’Annevoie are linked to the history of the Montpellier family, at the beginning of the 18th century, Jean de Montpellier inherited the property and his son built its gardens and expanded the castle with the beginning of the works in the late 18th century, inspired by its many trips to Europe.
At Easter, the giant rabbits organize the big egg hunt hidden in the gardens to fill the baskets.
There is the on-site production and tasting of organic chocolates by the company Belvas, covered hall with rustic atmosphere, family playground and children’s play area. It is included in the admission price: visit to the gardens, chocolate tasting and access to all Easter activities.
From 9:30 to 17:30
Children < 6: free | Children 6 – 12: 6 € | Adults: 12 €
Rue des jardins 37 a, 5537 Anhée, Belgium
2. Egg Hunting in Mageroy
It is a Gallo-Roman village and a tourist/archaeological site in Belgium, of great importance for the archeology of Galicia and Rome due to the numerous and interesting discoveries that were made there. It is an accessible place for people to walk and where a hunt for Easter eggs placed in bells is organized.
Each child’s ticket includes: one egg hunt session; egg carton for collecting eggs; a set of bunny ears; and a visit with the Easter Bunny!
1.04, 02.04, 07.04 and 08.04
$18 tickets are for children only
Rue de Mageroy 2, 6723 Habay, Belgium
Kids from 5 to 9 years old
3. Egg Hunting at Comics Art Museum
The Comics Art Museum has been honouring the creators and heroes of the 9th Art for 30 years. A diversified programme of temporary exhibitions enable visitors to discover the countless aspects of comics art, where famous characters lead the way towards new adventures.
The activity is free with an entrance ticket for the museum.
P.S.: If you manage to find all ten eggs, you’ll receive a nice surprise.
09, 10 and 11.04: 10:00 – 17:00
Children: 6 € | Young People and Seniors: 10 € | Normal: 13 €
Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
The place is a green oasis, located on the outskirts of Brussels, the castle of Groot-Bijgaarden is open to events, with flower exhibitions in its gardens with varieties of tulips, hyacinths and daffodils. A team of specialists provides unforgettable experiences in exclusive environments, with a festival of lights, lanterns and an impressive water show for the whole family in April.
10:00 – 18:00
Kids < 6: free | Kids 6-14: 5 € | Adults: 16 €
Isidoor van Beverenstraat 5, 1702 Dilbeek
5. Chocolate Museum
Is the biggest Belgian chocolate museum in the center of Antwerp. Imagine spending the Easter holiday surrounded by chocolate, in a museum that allows you to taste 10 types of chocolate. Even more of a world-famous chocolate – Belgian.
In 14 thematic rooms, the museum tells the story of Belgian chocolate, which begins on the cocoa plantations in Ecuador and arrives at the storage port in Antwerp. You can see how chocolate is made and where its flavor comes from.
During the tour of the museum, you will have many ch
Monday to Sunday from 10:00 – 17:00
Children < 2: free | Children up to 11 years old: 8 € | Students or Seniors: 11 € | Adults: 13 €
Koningin Astridplein 7, 2018 Antwerpen, Belgium
In the sweetest and most delicious time of the year, there is a lot of positive energy. Therefore, enjoy Easter with your family in Belgium, whether in the capital Brussels or in other cities.
Visit our homepage and choose the program that interests you the most!
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