Meise Botanic Garden is open all year round.
Winter (October 15 - March 14): 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
- last entrance 4:30 pm.
Summer (March 15 - October 14): 9:30 am – 6:30 pm
- last entrance 5:30 pm.
We are only closed on December25, and January 1 and 2. We also remain closed in stormy weather or other extreme circumstances, but that is always announced on our website.
- The Main entrance to the Botanical Garden and the Meise village entrance, will be closing for a year. We will construct two brand-new reception pavilions.
- From March 1 2019, you’re welcome at our our temporary entrance.
- With the exception of guide dogs, visitors are not permitted to bring animals into the Botanic Garden.
Main entrance: Nieuwelaan 38, 1860 Meise
From Brussels-North train station, line 250 or 251, bus stop Plantentuin Meise. Plan your route here.
Take the train to Brussels-North or Londerzeel. You can find up-to-date travel information here.
At Brussels-North station, take bus 250 or 251: this will take you to just in front of the Main Entrance of the Botanic Garden. On weekdays, there is a bus connection every 30 minutes. More info via www.delijn.be.
Meise Botanic Garden is located along the A12 (Brussels-Antwerp). Take exit 3 Meise.
There is parking available near the grounds.
You can borrow kids wagons, wheelchairs, or walking frames for free at the Main entrance.
The Botanic Garden shuttle train will not run between September 2019 and May 2020. Reservations for groups are possible depending on the availability.
You can picnic in the courtyard of the former farmstead 'Pachthof', close to the Garden Shop. There you will find tables, benches, and a drinks machine. You can also picnic on the Orangery terrace or on the lawns.
Toilets are located opposite the entrance to the Herbarium building, at the Garden Shop, at the Orangery, and in the Plant Palace. There are toilets for wheelchair users opposite the entrance to the Herbarium building and at the Garden Shop. You will find changing mats for our smallest visitors there too.
Meise Botanic Garden welcomes people with a disability. Wheelchair users can enter the Plant Palace via the southern entrance of the greenhouse complex. The Botanic Garden offers a guided tour for people with a visual impairment, with an emphasis on smelling and feeling.
You can pay with cash and Bancontact at the ticket counter and in the Garden Shop.
In the Orangery you can pay with cash and Bancontact.