Agenda: museums and exhibitions, attraction, maritime, james ensor and nature and parks in Ostend

Racetrack Wellington

This racetrack, neighbouring the Thermae Palace Hotel, is named after the Duke of Wellington. It is open all summer to anyone who enjoys a bit of a flutter or is simply fond of horses. During recent years the racetrack has increasingly been used for important concerts.

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Miniature train, citytour

What about a relaxing trip that takes you to the many sights in Oostende. This trip takes about 45 minutes.

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Two-master De Nele

Past, present and future go hand in hand on board this two-master. The 'Nele' was built after the design of the historical Oostende two-mast smack and in accordance with the best sailing traditions.

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Mu.ZEE – Art museum at the seaside

Mu.ZEE is the museum for Belgian art with absolute openness and accessibility. It tells stories with a unique Belgian art collection from 1830 to now and is in constant conversation with the international art scene through its state-of-the-art exhibition programme and collection policy. Artists and public will find each other in a museum where they can experiment, question and discover. ...

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The Vicognebos – Ostend

A little over 10 ha, Ostend’s Vicogne wood consists of young woodland and polder meadows, while the Vicognezwin retention pond, an old antitank trench and the Spuikom basin provide the area with much-needed water. A winding walk will give you a glimpse of the open polder grasslands while taking you through the woodland populated by a wide variety of small songbirds in spring. Bird lovers are definitely in for a treat along the Schietbaanstraat as the islands in the adjacent Spuikom welcome...

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