For individual visitors, there are three great audio guides*
Standard trail “A tour with Zoé de Felz"
Kid's trail "Serafina the sphinx shares the secrets of the castle"
Youth trail “19th century splendour meets the latest hits”
Wissekerke Castle is a super-friendly destination for the family.
For children, the interactive visit is made even more fun when they hear the stories told by Serafina the sphinx. Set to a hip soundtrack, the unique youth trail takes a look behind the scenes of 19th-century beauty.
Classes and other groups are accompanied by an enthusiastic guide.
A tour lasts 2 hours with a maximum of 20 people per guide.
From 15 people onwards, a guide is obligatory.
Guided tours are only given by an official guide that has been appointed by Toerisme Kruibeke.
12 euros Individual visitors
8 euro 6-18 years, 60+, groups of 10 or more, students, teachers, guides Tourism Flanders
5 euro Primary or secondary schools outside Kruibeke, people with an increased allowance
Free - 6 years, supervisors of persons with disabilities, residents and schools of Kruibeke
The entrance fee includes the audioguide.
Supplement for guided tour (on reservation only)
55 euros 2 hour tour, max. 20 people per guide
30 euros Per additional hour, after the first 2 hours
The main part of the castle grounds is wheelchair accessible. Inside the castle itself, the main part of the trail takes place on the ground floor. The lift does not fit wheelchairs. The rooms that are not accessible because of this are digitally unlocked downstairs. So everyone can still experience the full picture.
Attention Due to very long waiting times for certain construction materials, the accessibility ramp to the entrance will not be ready until September. Until then, the castle will only be accessible by stairs. Work on the castle park will not be completed until June.
Wissekerke Castle is working towards an Inter quality label. In the new experience trail, the necessary adjustments will be made to allow people in wheelchairs, the blind and visually impaired to fully enjoy themselves. Still have questions about this? Just give us a call.
There are disabled parking spaces on Koningin Astridplein. The main part of the castle grounds is wheelchair accessible. In the castle itself, the main story within the tour takes place on the ground floor. It is not possible to fit wheelchairs in the lift. Those rooms that are therefore not accessible, can be accessed digitally downstairs. This way, everyone can still experience the full tour.
Taking the water bus or ferry, or heading there on foot or by bike are all good options. If you drive, there are plenty of free parking spaces at Sporthal De Dulpop, Beekdam 2, Bazel.
4 km on foot via Ringdijk towards Basel
Line 93/97/99 - Basel Village stop
Ferry service Hemiksem-Basel
2 km on foot via Verkortingsdijk