Family scavenger hunt
Memories in enamel and stone
If we take the trouble to read them, our street names and commemorative monuments tell us a lot about historical facts and individuals involved in colonial propaganda. In this fun family activity, explorers young and old will embark on a semi-guided scavenger hunt between Avenue Adolphe Buyl/Adolphe Buyllaan and Avenue Louise/Louizalaan to seek out many traces of the colonial period, including enamel plaques and monuments. Roadbook in hand and assisted by two guides stationed along the route, you’ll uncover a chapter of Belgian history at your own pace while making your way around various parts of the city: Solbosch/Solbos, Abbaye de la Cambre/Abdij Ter Kameren, Jardin du Roi/Koningstuin and Avenue Louise/Louizalaan.
In cooperation with E-Guides.
Sat. & Sun. at 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00, 15:30 and 16:00 (FR) (duration: 1 hour 30 minutes)
Starting point: at the corner of Avenue Adolphe Buyl/Adolphe Buyllaan and Rue Émile Banning/Émile Banningstraat (ending at Legrand tram stop, Avenue Louise/Louizalaan), Ixelles/Elsene
Advance booking required. Maximum 8 people of one family per scavenger hunt.