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Gaasbeek Castle is ensconced among the rolling hills of the Pajottenland region, about 10 kilometres southwest of Brussels.
An oasis of peace close to the capital best discovered by foot.
From the car park or busstop, it is a 600 m walk to the castle; the last 50 m consists of solid cobblestones.
Cycling in the Pajottenland is wonderful. Are you coming to the castle by bicycle? Then park it in the bicycle parking area, which is located next to the entrance building. Bicycles are not allowed in the park grounds, so the last few metres to the castle will be on foot.
By line bus?
From Brussels-Midi, you can take bus number 142 (Gaasbeek-Leerbeek) and get off at the 'Kasteel van Gaasbeek' stop. Plan your route here.
From Brussels, you can take metro line 5 to the Erasmus terminus. Here, you can change to line bus 142 (Gaasbeek-Leerbeek) and get off at the 'Kasteel van Gaasbeek' stop.
You can reach Gaasbeek Castle by car. From Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels: via the main Brussels ring road, exit 15a, towards Vlezenbeek. There is free parking next to the entrance building, at the entrance to the park grounds.
Read all the information regarding accessibility below.
Gaasbeek Castle is a protected monument. We attach great importance to full accessibility and make an effort to make the castle as accessible as possible to the widest possible audience. Still, given the historic nature of the building, there are some limitations. For any questions regarding accessibility, please contact the audience-building department on: +32 (0)2 531 01 40 or at email@example.com.
After the closure period, we are rebuilding our inclusive operation; this takes a little time. We therefore ask for your understanding if we are not yet meeting your needs. Tips, wishes or ideas are always welcome. That way, we can together ensure that everyone can experience the castle as a place of wonder.
» From the car park, it is a 600 m walk to the castle; the last 50 m consists of solid cobblestones.
» The ground and first floors of the castle are wheelchair-accessible.
» The surface of the courtyard garden is partly cobblestones and partly gravel.
» The museum garden is difficult to access by wheelchair (steeply uphill).
» A buggy or pram is not allowed in the castle but can be left safely at reception. It is best to provide a baby carrier when you visit with a baby.
» The narrowest passage in the castle is 80 cm wide
✓ Reduced rate for people with disabilities and free admission for their companion
✓ 2 parking spaces for visitors with disabilities
✓ Provided a request is made, cars may be driven up to the castle
✓ The first floor of the castle can be reached by elevator. The castle staff will be happy to help you.
✓ Care table
✓ Wheelchair-friendly sanitary facilities
✓ Assistance dogs are admitted
✓ Portable folding chairs available at the counter to take with you throughout the castle