The Anderlecht beguinage – the smallest preserved in the country – is a remarkable heritage site in Brussels and in Belgium. It is in an exceptional state of preservation and has revealed the presence of an old half-timbered building dating from the first half of the 15th century, enlarged at the beginning of the 16th century, then finally partly preserved in the heart of the new brick and white stone constructions erected during the 18th century. A team of researchers from different backgrounds, invites you to rediscover its history. The visit will also be an opportunity to discover the result of the restoration work undertaken in 2021.
Collaboration: Urban.brussels, ULB – CreA-Patrimoine, Beguinage Anderlecht
Date of visit: 18/06/2022
Address: The former Beguinage of Anderlecht, Rue du Chapelain/Kapelaansstraat 8, 1070 Anderlecht
Maximum 15 persons per guided tour (free, reservation necessary)
Accessible for PRM with help
Schedule of guided tours (duration: 30 min) :
Attention: Guided tours only in French.
13.30 pm (FR)
14.30 pm (FR)
15.30 pm (FR)
16.30 pm (FR)