Flowertime, summery flower magic in the heart of Brussels
It may still linger fresh in your mind:Flowertime’s colourful and fragrant floral garden during the Summer of 2015, on, in and around Brussels’ Grand-Place and City Hall. The garden bloomed into a runaway success, attracting countless visitors from all over the world.
So it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to a new edition of this major international plant and flower arranging event once again. And this year’s theme should put you in the best of moods right away: flowers and fruits. It smells like Summer already!
Flowertime transforms Brussels’ City Hall into an idyllic place for a stroll. The entry hall, the corridors, the offices, meeting and reception rooms of this enchanting piece of Unesco world heritage are adorned with dozens of colourful and fruitful floral artworks. With over 100,000 flowers, Flowertime is a real feast for your eyes !
It gives you the best of two worlds. In addition to a unique look inside this impressive building on “the world’s most beautiful square”, you will be treated to a world-class floral event. To achieve this, the City of Brussels and the NPO Tapis de Fleurs, who create the renowned Brussels flower carpets, join forces with Belgium’s finest floral designers. Discover the floral designers here !
Rendez-vous, from Friday 11 through Tuesday 15 August, in the Brussels’ City Hall on the Grand-Place. This year, for the first time, you can also enjoy our Flowernights, with exclusive tastings by Belgian Mastercook Claude Pohlig and festive activities in the spirit of the event. MORE INFO
Plan your visit
• August 11, 1 pm until 7 pm
(last entrance at 6.30 pm)
• August 12-15, 10 am until 10 pm
(last entrance at 9.30 pm)
• August 12-15, 7 pm until 10 pm
(last entrance at 9 pm)
• € 7 – pre-sales - available here- and at the ticket office on the day itself
• € 35 - pre-sales only ! Now available here
Groups of more than 15 persons: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Free for children under 10
Flowertime takes place every two years, alternating with the Flower Carpet on Brussels' Grand-Place. It is an initiative of the City of Brussels and the nonprofit organisation Tapis de Fleurs de Bruxelles.