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The castle itself is a listed monument, originally from the 13th century. It has been destroyed and reconstructed several times throughout the centuries and has been owned by several historic families (Hoorn, Egmont) until the last owner, the marquise of Arconati-Visconti, donated it to the community. Decorated as a renaissance house, it contains a wealth and diversity of works of art: utensils, tapestry from Doornik and Brussels from the 16th and 17th century (Flemish Renaissance), a wonderful collection of books, weapons, Mechelen alabaster and lots of pieces in silver, copper, tin and ceramics. The uniqueness of this castle museum is that the 16 rooms have remained as if the former inhabitants could arrive at any time: they are complete and faithful interiors. Especially in the kitchen the impression is really strong. The castle lies in a nice park with some interesting annexes such as a baroque chapel (1625), a triumphal arch for Napoleon (1805) and a nice terrace chapel (1625).


Kasteelstraat 40
1750 Gaasbeek


T+32 2 531 01 30


Total number of meetingrooms: 2

  • Capacity theatre style: 60
  • Capacity Banquet style: 60
  • Capacity Cocktail style: 60


  • Free choice of caterer

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