Driving Holidays to Ardennes, Belgium
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The municipality of Bouillon lies in Belgium’s Walloon Region and the Luxembourg Province, close to the border of France. Nestled on a sharp bend of the River Semois, in the heart of the Ardennes forest this small medieval city is a popular destination for short breaks to the region.
Chateau GodefroidLocated on a rocky outlook, the castle keeps a watchful eye overlooking the town and has been a popular tourist location for years. Changing hands many times, the castle boasts an interesting maze of corridors and huge vaulted halls.
Agri MuseumFarm equipment and machinery from 1800 to the present day is housed here. Visitors are taken back in time allowing them to explore how agriculture life interacted with social and cultural history. (not shown).
Duke's MuseumComprised of two 17th century listed buildings, the Dukes’ Museum overlooks the Semois River. The older of the two was used as lodgings for officers of the castle, known as the house of the government, while the newer was home to Nicholas-Joseph Spontin. (not shown).
Godefroid de Bouillon ArchéoscopeOriginally a convent dating back to the 17th-century, this building is now home to a fascinating museum that follows the life of Duke Godefroid, and takes you on a journey through to the first crusade. (not shown).
Botanical ArboretumEstablished in 1906, this Arboretum contains 150 mature exotic and indigenous tree and Conifers, as well a vast variety of forest dwelling wildlife. In an area that is popular for its woodland this make for an interesting walk. (not shown).
La Crete des CerfThis translates as ‘Crest of the Deer’ and is overlooking Bouillon from the Ardennes forest. With an interesting variety of animals including baboons, ostriches and even tigers, there are over 200 animals from over 50 species. (not shown).