Enghien Travel guide
Enghien : Michelin's recommendations
Located on the linguistic frontier where French gives way to Flemish, the lordship of Enghien was granted to the Arenberg family in 1606 by Henri IV of France. Long renowned for the manufacture of tapestries depicting sylvan scenes in bluish-green hues, this attractive city is today best known for its delightful park.
Tourist attractions Enghien : Things to see and do
rue Montgomery 7 B - 7850 Enghien
This 12C Romanesque keep, near the church, was turned into a town residence in the 16C, unlike Ath's Burbant Tower which retained its military appearance. The small Tapestry Museum is a reminder that Enghien once had major tapestry workshops (15C-1..
rue des Capucins B - 7850 Enghien
This 1616 church has a fine Renaissance mausoleum in one of its chapels. The chapel opposite is dedicated to Our Lady of Grace, whose miraculous statue crowns the altar. The high-altar has a 17C ebony and ivory altarpiece framing an Adoration of the..
Grand-place B - 7850 Enghien
This large Gothic church has a 51-chime carillon. Inside, note the modern 1964 stained-glass windows (the main one depicts the Apostolate) by Max Ingrand. The oldest part of the church, the Our Lady of Messine Chapel, has a beautiful 16C altarpiece w..
1 Avenue Elisabeth B - 7850 ENGHIEN
"The Auberge du Vieux Cèdre welcomes you all the year in the shade of Planes and Chesnuts which strew the Castle's park. A 50 years building situated in the hearth of Belgium. 32 spacious, confortable and relaxing room with private terrace. &..