18 Apr-6 May 2007. The vast complex of monumental heated conservatories in the gardens of the Royal Palace of Laeken are open to the public each year in spring for three weeks. Built between 1875-1895 after the designs of Belgian architect Alphonse Balat, the Royal Glasshouses of Laeken house a spectacular range of exotic plants, some dating from Leopold II

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Address The Royal Glasshouses of Laeken are on the Domaine Royal de Laeken , 1020 Brussels. Entrance via the palace gates of the Château de Laeken, Avenue du Parc Royal. By metro to Heysel.

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The Royal Glasshouses of Laeken.

The Royal Glasshouses of Laeken are on the Domaine Royal de Laeken , 1020 Brussels. Entrance via the palace gates of the Château de Laeken, Avenue du Parc Royal. By metro to Heysel.

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