Agenda: james ensor, museums and exhibitions, food and drinks, kids and walking and cycling in Ostend

Guided walk on Oosteroever

The current port channel gradually developed at the end of the 16th century in the run-up to the famous Siege of Ostend (1601-1604). Since then, Oosteroever has often periodically played a role in military history, with Ostend often serving as a war port. Various relicts still attest to this, including ‘listed’ fortifications, monuments and names such as Halve Maan, Spinoladijk, Buskruitstraat, Fort Napoleon, 'Vindictive', WW I and WO II bunkers and Cold War bunkers.

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Mu.ZEE – Art museum at the seaside

Once a department store, now Mu.ZEE. ...

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Swimming pool

The new Brigitte Becue swimming pool is a paradise for water rats. Sport swimmers can enjoy the 50-meter Olympic pool. There is a separate instruction pool for children. ...

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Museum Amandine

Currently closed. ...

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Horse-drawn carriages

Discover Oostende from a different point of view. You will find the coaches waiting for you at the Seamen's Memorial. They tour in and around the city centre depending on the weather.

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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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