If you would like to rent one of our venues, please contact Eleonore Van Gysel (Monday / Tuesday morning / Wednesday morning / Thursday afternoon) at +32 (0)2/226.12.05 or email@example.com
For Cirque Royal, please contact Michael Bastin at +32(0)2/219.51.49 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Orangerie: 700 standing places or 350 seats. Situated at the southern end of the building, the Orangerie is the polyvalent hall of the Botanique, hosting film screenings, concerts or seminars depending on the day.
The Rotonde: This central hall is best fitted to intimate projects with its 250 standing places or 125 seats. Its acoustic and aesthetic make it a firm favourite for artists and audience alike.
The Witloof Bar: This vault, which witnessed the birth of Belgian chicory, boasts 200 standing places and a café-théatre feel, making it ideal for the “discoveries” of the Botanique, plays, and many a party…
The Museum: Is without doubt the most beautiful room of the complex. This original and magical place hosts prestigious exhibitions, the list of which is long and multifaceted: Dubuffet, Michaux, Mendelson, l’Agence Magnum, César, le Créahm, Marie-Jo Lafontaine… Some concerts also take place there.
The Galerie: Located on the second floor, this space welcomes young artists who are from the French Community of Belgium for the most part: photographers, painters, graphic artists, sculptors, contemporary creators, etc.
The Library: Conference room for up to 20 persons.
The Atelier: This terraced small room with its capacity of 50 persons is used for meetings, seminars, and projections.
The Cinéma: 90 seats for the many festivals of the Botanique.
The Cirque Royal: 2000 seats for an advantageous collaboration that expands the offer of the Botanique to large concerts, and one of the attraction poles of the Nuits Botanique.