This estate stretches over an area of 25 hectares (62 acres) and has belonged to the same family since 1783. The layout, in landscape style, dates back to 1873, to the Romantic era. The intention of the clients, the Counts de Kerchove de Denterghem, was to use the park as a showcase for the then early Ghent floriculture. It is maintained throughout the year in function of the internationally renowned Garden Days which take place mid-May and mid-October and is also very popular with young couples with wedding plans, looking for a fairy tale setting.
We follow all the reports about the corona virus and we have decided to cancel the Garden Days of Beervelde 8-9-10 May.
Even if it would be allowed by law, we don't think it's appropriate to let such a big outdoor event take place. The health and well-being of you, the thousands of visitors, the exhibitors and our employees are much more important to us than the event.
We start as soon as possible with the organization of the autumn edition of the Garden Days of Beervelde that will take place on 9, 10 and 11 October 2020.