The Balade de Séprais is an open-air museum created in 1993, always open, free and accessible all year round.
The route comprises three loops. One route encircles the village of Séprais itself. The second loop is larger and runs along farm tracks across open fields and pastures, descending to the school at Boécourt, one to the right and the other to the left of the main road. The full route is about 3 km long.
This is a living exhibition, which means that it changes over time. New works join the collection of sculptures every year. On the other hand, some of the works designed by their creators to be short-lived - and made of straw, hay, leaves, paper or flowers - disappear to be replaced by new works.
- Suitable for families
- Wheelchair accessible
- Picnic area available
Good to know
- The "Galerie au Virage" in the village of Séprais was founded by the artists Liuba Kirova and Peter Fürst and holds temporary exhibitions all year round.