This modest city park in the small town of Lier is a real oasis of calm and beauty. You will find a highly valuable variety of tree species. In addition to native trees, there are also various exotics, such as the tree of heaven, the water cypress, the horse chestnut… Signs indicate which tree it is. You can stroll along the beautiful pond with white, rather high pedestrian bridges or enjoy a picnic on the lawn. Picture by Harry Fabel In the city park of Lier, there is also an adventure playground, sunbathing space, and a picnic area with a sun tent. The coffee house offers tasty snacks, drinks, and ice creams. Are you coming by bike? A public bicycle pump and repair kit are available if needed. The park is a short walk from the historic center of the city.
The NAM-IP museum in Namur is a special museum that helps you discover the origins and the different stages of the computer revolution through an illustrated timeline. The museum has a rich collection of electromechanical and electronic devices. Picture by Pixabay The emphasis is on pioneering computer science in Belgium, specific periods of which are further highlighted through temporary exhibitions. The NAM-IP Computer Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday and the first Sunday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can find their website here .