Japanese Garden Hasselt

The Japanese Garden in Hasselt is the largest of its kind in Europe, the place par excellence to fully experience Japanese culture. Originally a Japanese garden encouraged meditation and reflection and that is no different in Hasselt. Those looking for peace and quiet can find a bench here to listen to the waterfalls, view the koi fish and feed them, have a picnic or walk around quietly and enjoy the changing view. Sometimes you can also hear the peace bell ring. Since 2016, the peace bell has a permanent place in the garden. In addition, there are numerous activities every month that are open to the public.

A Japanese garden is a place for contemplation and meditation. In spite of its location between the city centre of Hasselt and the main ring, the Hasselt Japanese garden breaths a delightful calm. It is an ideal place to walk around and enjoy the ever changing views or just to sit down somewhere and listen to the calming noise of flowing water ...
Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office on site.


b. Meeting rooms 20 -50
Buggy friendly
Parking within a radius of 100 m?
Suitable for wheelchairs