The Gardens of Annevoie are the only installations of their kind in Belgium, made in the 18th century on a property where in 1627, the construction of a castle as a small manor house begun.
In 1758, a member of the then owner – the Montpellier Family, began the construction of the gardens, combining the French, the English, and the Italian style.
Le Grand Cracheur/The Big Spitter – an over 7-meter-high water jet.
La Cascade francaise/The French Cascade – the oldest part of the gardens
Le Buffet d’eau/The Water Steps with Neptun and Amphitrite on top. Constructed around 1760, they are the only ones in Belgium that still function uninterruptedly from the time of their construction.
The French Drive/ La Grande Allée.
Le Cabinet de Minerve.
The Drive of Desires/L’Allée des Soupirs.
Le Salon du Sanglier with its boar statue inspired by Giovanni da Bologna’s bronze boar.
La Crypte/The crypt of the Monpellier Family.
Le Rocher de Neptune/The Neptun’s Cave.