Walking tour

The campus: where students shape and reshape the world

University campuses are where young people hold sway, exchanging ideas and reshaping the world day after day. As a Brussels, Belgian and European institution, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) is an integral part of our contemporary history. On this tour you will explore the three-hectare campus, built after the Second World War on the American model: Solvay Business School, the Paul-Émile Janson Auditorium and its ingenious architecture, and Cité Héger, home to the halls of residence where many a student friendship is forged. Building A, a Flemish neo-Renaissance edifice that was the centre of student protests in 1968, and the postmodernist Humanities Library are also on the itinerary, which will be a trip down memory lane for some and a chance for others to discover somewhere new.

In cooperation with E-Guides.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. at 10:00 and 14:00 (in French) (duration: 2 hours).

Starting point: in front of the Maurice Lemonnier statue at the corner of Avenue Lloyd George/Lloyd Georgelaan and Avenue Franklin Roosevelt/Franklin Rooseveltlaan, Brussels-Extensions
Advance booking required. Up to 20 people per tour.
7 8 Cambre-Étoile - Ter Kameren-Ster