Frequently asked questions.


Do I have to buy tickets to visit the sculpture park?

No. The Sculpture Park consists of sculptures and art installations in the public space, so your visit is completely free
The only thing we ask in return is to keep our open air museum clean during your visit. At certain tourist offices you can get a free Beaufort beach clean up kit. You can find a list of distribution points here.


What are the opening hours of the Beaufort Sculpture Park?

You can admire the works of art 24/7, so the time of your visit is entirely up to you.
Top tip: a visit around sunrise or sunset create a magical effect!



How do I move around?

The 30 works of art of the Beaufort Sculpture Park are spread all over the Belgian coastline. Being on the road is therefore an important part of the experience. 

Don't mind some exercise? Then be sure to try one of our mapped out cycling routes. You ride at your own pace and see some of the iconic Beaufort works along the way. 
Would you like to see more works of art in a shorter amount of time? Then we recommend a visit by coastal tram
A short walk will take you to each work of art from the nearest tram stop and you won't have to worry about traffic jams or parking. Check the tram info and address details for each work of art. Use the route planner on our website or your smartphone to find your way around. 

More info can be found here




How many works of art can I see during my visit?

The amount of time you spend on your visit (and the number of artworks you subsequently see along the way) is entirely up to you. A lot depends on your means of transport (see above).

During your visit we recommend to focus either on the West Coast (De Panne/Koksijde/Nieuwpoort/Middelkerke/Oostende) or on the East Coast (Bredene/De Haan/Blankenberge/Zeebrugge/Knokke-Heist). Combining the two is ofcourse possible, but keep in mind that it will be a lot to see in one day, so you will need to move at a firmer pace.