Location and accessibility

Location and accessibility

Destelheide is located in the green outskirts of Brussels, in the valley of the Zenne river, a stone's throw from the Belgium capital.

You can reach the domain by public transport, by bicycle or by car.

Those who choose the first two options will be in our good books. We can only applaud sustainable travel to Destelheide!

Last year, Destelheide launched a new mobility plan. The entire fleet of vehicles became electric and all staff members who were open to the idea were given an electric bicycle to come to work on.

And it turned out to be a success! Colleagues experience that they arrive at work with a clear mind, better mood and more energy.

Will you make the switch with us?

Destelheide, Centrum voor Jeugd, Kunst en Creatie
(Destelheide, Centre for Youth, Arts and Creation)

Destelheidestraat 66

1653 Dworp

+32 (0)2 380 39 15

By public transport

Take the train to Halle station.

SNCB/NMBS timetable

At the station, take bus 153 (direction Ninove, Drogenbos, Anderlecht) on platform 6.

Get off at the Destelheide-Dworp stop.

De Lijn timetable

From the bus stop, it’s a 600 m walk to Destelheide.

Follow the road to the left going up. At the end of the road, turn left and you will already see Destelheide!

Walking route Google Maps

By car

We recommend carpooling as much as possible for those who come by car.

There is a car park at the entrance of Destelheide.

You are not allowed to drive a car on the Destelheide domain itself.

Attention! Traffic nuisance from Tuesday August 3th to Friday August 27th

// Aquafin is carrying out sewerage works

// Roads and Traffic is renewing the road, bicycle paths and bus stops in the school environment.

Diversions for car traffic, heavy transport and cyclists. 

View the map for more information or contact us

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