National and international artists are exhibiting in and around the castle for four weeks from 3 to 26 March 2017.
Culture-lovers from throughout the province and the people of Machelen can see a unique piece of Brabant heritage and get a taste of what contemporary Flanders has to offer.
The exhibition will be open and free for the public to visit from Thursday to Sunday for four weeks. Various other events will also take place in the castle during these four weeks.
Saturday 4 March is the opening day for the general public: there will be guided tours, a public tent with bar and other events.
The exhibition will close on Sunday 26 March 2017 with a concert by the Wouter Vandenabeele trio: ‘Chansons pour le temps qui reste’. The concert for the public will start at 11 am.
There will be guided tours and presentations for the various target groups, both around the art and the history of the castle.
More information at www.beaulieu2017.be