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On the other side of the Old Town of Durbuy, discover this great boxwood garden. It consists of 250 sculptures on an area of 1 hectare. The terrace gives you a view of the entire park and the castle above.
The Topiary Park is a great add on to Durbuy visit. Durbuy is a lovely place which claims to be the smallest town in Europe so you can estimate the time you want to spend there. Also the Park which now claims to be among...More
Durbuy’s Topiary Park was another “A MUST” in the to-do list of our “Tour de Belgium”. Don’t miss this lovely unique garden in the heart of the Ardennes. The sculptures made of Buxus plants are a masterpiece that not commonly seen. We have been visiting...More
The garden is really beautiful in spite of the late autumn conditions. Worth seeing. We visited it last Sunday early afternoon. We were two couples and bought two tickets only because our friends had already paid a visit before. I was the first to enter...More
We were in Durbuy yesterday and decided to take a visit to the Topiary. We saw various combination tickets advertised for 8 euros so we bought tickets at 8 euros per person for four persons.
When we asked to do the Durbuy mini-golf as included...More
I noticed that the placed had a high score, but in my opinion it was something average. Maybe it was because of the end of the season, but a lot of sculptures were not finished or something was missing. I appreciated the work put in...More
A great place for toddlers who love to run around, the place is completely enclosed so no fear of running out on to the street and traffic.
The best part would be the last section before you exit as the topiary here is really impressive,...More
It looked good in the brochure but it is a bit smaller than we thought it would be.
The topiary figures are well maintained but it needs a bit of colour.
Nothing new that other parks have done already.