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Château de Seneffe

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Château de Seneffe

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MaryKateNI19 wrote a review Jan 2020
Brussels, Belgium556 contributions155 helpful votes
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I went to see this Château on an organised tour. We paid to have a historian JJ take us around the Château for a 2 hour period, explaining the history from the 1700’s to current date. Excellent information. The building has many artefacts on display, most notably silver. It is well laid out, without a guide it would take an hour inside to walk around and read. They provide you with shoe covers, to protect the floor. Cloakroom and washroom complementary. €6 adult fee entrance. They also have a restaurant located outside the main Château in the grounds. I would book in advance for a reservation for eating. The building was well heated and insulated. A nice day out.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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AvuncularAmerican wrote a review Nov 2019
Brussels, Belgium533 contributions185 helpful votes
We've lived in Belgium for years, yet this gem was unknown to us until last Sunday. A beautiful but cold day, we sheltered in the warmth of the castle before strolling its extensive grounds. Had a nice lunch in the Orangerie. The castle's permanent exhibit on the ground floor is extremely well done, giving the visitor a glimpse of life (for the extremely wealthy) in the 18th century. Nice touch: scenes from "Amadeus," "Barry Lyndon," "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" and other period dramas.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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account2018 wrote a review Sep 2019
Nuku'alofa, Tonga92 contributions33 helpful votes
Taken over by the government and restored with bright gilt and lovely parquet floors, it’s used to show a silverware collection, and the current Golden Triangle exhibition of a silversmiths life and clients is excellent. Labelling in English, good value. The gardens, while free, are very French, all formal terraces and no flowers, so I’d not make a special visit just for them, but I did enjoy the house.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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George P wrote a review Jun 2019
Brussels, Belgium80 contributions36 helpful votes
If you would like to spend some time in open air, I recommend visiting the gardens and if your time allows you, the castle should be visited.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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SHO wrote a review Jul 2018
Nivelles, Belgium177 contributions72 helpful votes
We did not know what to do on a lazy Sunday afternoon. I had visited the castle before and found it a good idea to go there again. We were not disappointed. We did the tour for children where you have to respond to some questions (via ipad). At least you learn something like this. There is a beautiful garden and restaurant (which we did not try because of to crowdy). So...a tip for a Sunday afternoon?
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Date of experience: June 2018
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