The Lansau Garden - Marchiennes (59) - Nord - Hauts-de-France - France

The Lansau Garden

Marchiennes - Nord (59) - Hauts-de-France - France

The Lansau Garden is situated at Marchiennes in the North (59). This experimental garden's creation started in 1996 on a blank page: a 3 hectare site of prairies devoid of trees and bordered by a brook. Today more than thousand trees shelter numerous gardens, planted chambers, orchards, nurseries, walled gardens and collection plants next to sensitive natural spaces, all this in an agricultural context and an attentive ecology.
Landscape architect, gardener and photographer, Frédéric Delesalle will guide you during your visit and explain a number of subjects: ecology and naturalist habitats in the garden, intimity in an urbanised neighbourhood, framing of views, transparency or the world recreated in an opaque perimeter, the planted chambers... Created in : 1995
Surface : 3 ha

  • Opening 2024 :
    June 1 and 2 (Meet at the gardens)
    Then June 8 - 9, and 15 - 16
    Visiting times:
    Saturday: 10 a.m.
    Sunday: 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • Visits :
    Guided visits with previous booking , Duration of a guided visit : 2h30mn, Minimal number of persons for a guided visit : 15 .
    Access adapted for disabled persons.
    Reservation groups
  • Charges :
    10€ / visitor
    children/students : free
  • Services :
    Public lavatory.
    After the visit, we share a glass of wine with our visitors.
  • Access :
    Valenciennes motorway, exit 3 Follow the direction
    Saint Amand on the D953, at the roundabout straight ahead.
    At the traffic light, turn right onto the D35 dir. Marchiennes. After entering Marchiennes, at the second bend turn left onto the D99 towards Warlaing.
    250m on the left, Chemin du Lansau, in front of a small chapel.
    The farm is at the end of the path (300m) and very little visible from the road.
    GPS (Lat x Long) : 50.413896000, 3.304435000