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d'Ursel Castle, Hingene

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D'Ursel Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Hingene, also known as the Kasteel d'Ursel) used to be the private summer residence of the Duke of Ursel in Hingene in the municipality of Bornem, province of Antwerp, Belgium. Today it is property of the State, and opened to the public.
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  • If you are in the area, this small palace is worth a stop. Great park to wonder around and a nice little café just outside to enjoy a cold beer. The palace was closed when we visited, but the... 
    If you are in the area, this small palace is worth a stop. Great park to wonder around and a nice little café just outside to enjoy a cold beer. The palace was closed when we visited, but the...  more »
  • I first found out about Kasteel d'Ursel through one of the historic recreations that take place over there. I was amazed by it. Later, I had the chance to find that there's a very good team working... 
    I first found out about Kasteel d'Ursel through one of the historic recreations that take place over there. I was amazed by it. Later, I had the chance to find that there's a very good team working...  more »
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  • Nice place to bike or walk around and explore the forest. They have picnic tables to enjoy your food or the grass to lay on. Nice to go with the kids. Also the area is perfect bike around.
  • The castle is a nice place to visit. It's quite interesting to visit the former residence of the d'Ursel family. There are mostly portraits and some old furniture on display. Quite a few chambers are dedicated to the Brussels residence of the family, that was torn down in the 1960's. Furthermore, the surrounding park is worth the walk. Quite a part of it feels more like a forest then a park really. It has some larger grassy fields for kids to play on. For children, there is very little to do. A small playground or something would be nice.

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