The somewhat fenced off nature of this park keep it secluded from the general populace for years, like some kind of forgotten secret. New entryways have renewed interest. Visitors find themselves surprised by the feeling of someplace timeless and otherworldly here. The green lawns, the trimmed hedges, the century old broad trees - these elements combine to make the park feel like something out of an English fairy-tale. Indeed the park has a sculpture of Peter Pan reclining on an oak. There a tearoom with a historic icebox inside. And an old well too.
How to Reach Egmont Park
- Subway 2, 6 stop Porte de Namur
- Subway 1, 5 stop Parc
- Trams 92, 93 stop Petit Sablon
- Buses N06, No8, N09, N10, N11 stop Cliquet
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