Permanente Exhibition



The city is not just pavements, walls and concrete. It is often unexpectedly full of animal life and vegetation!

Who would have thought that a slowworm could be hiding in a corner of your garden? Have you ever tried to follow a blue-winged grasshopper along the railway verge? Or have you experienced a day in the life of a hedgehog? Even though the city may sometimes appear gloomy and grey, it is full of surprises!

Everywhere in BiodiverCITY, there are specimens, photos, films and interactive installations help to explain what biodiversity in the city entails. Moreover, you can play an active role with the aid of computer simulations and learn what you can do to protect the biodiversity in the city.

  • All ages
  • Approximately 1 hour
  • Included in the entry ticket
  • Points 11 and 12 on the map

Remarkable Elements

Peregrine Falcons

Brussels: the city of the Peregrine 2023


The soil is home to a wide variety of species of invertebrates

City Foxes

Over the last few years, we have been seeing more and more red foxes in the city

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