Online booking

Online booking

the 11th edition is in preparation !

We are looking forward to meeting you from TUESDAY JULY 14 for the opening of the 2020 edition of the Festival
– subject to changes in the health crisis and government directives.
For more information, you can consult the government website :
A toll-free number is also available to answer your questions about the Coronavirus COVID-19 permanently, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week: 0 800 130 000.

International Garden Festival
Hortillonnages Amiens
July 14 – October 18, 2020

Île aux Fagots – Amiens
Free and open access in wandering
From the Beauvillé Bridge in Amiens, join the towpath and enter by n°43 on Île aux Fagots to discover a first space presenting a dozen artistic and landscape creations; on leaving, extend your visit to Robinson Island along the Somme.
> July 14 – August 31 • Tuesady to Sunday, 12:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
> September 1st – October 18 • Wednesday to Sunday, 1:30 to 7 p.m.

Port à Fumier – Camon
Paying access with rental of an electric boat
Rent an electric boat from Camon at the Port à Fumier, 35 rue Roger Allou (at the parking level), and navigate for 2 and a half hours from one plot to another to explore the gardens and appreciate the facilities around the Clermont pond.
> July 14 – August 31 • Tuesday to Friday, 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. / Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
> September 1st – October 18 • Wednesday to Friday, 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. / Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The ONLINE TICKET is closed until further notice.
For any information you can send an email to
The rental price of an electric boat is available according to the number of people, from 1 to 6 max.
> 19€ / 1-2 pers. • 24€ / 3-4 pers. • 29€ / 5-6 pers. • free – 3 years
plus the ASCO fee for the protection & preservation of Hortillonnages
> 1€ / 11 and over • 0.50€ / 3-10 years

For GROUP bookings, you can contact Marine Bigot, mediation & relationship manager : +33 (0)6 37 25 74 70 –

See you soon !

Art & jardins | Hauts-de-France Team
+33 (0)3 22 52 52 96

La faille > Élise & Martin Hennebicque, 2018

La faille > Élise & Martin Hennebicque, 2018
Monday April 16th, 2018 Marine Bigot
  • Élise & Martin Hennebicque © Élise & Martin Hennebicque
  • Élise & Martin Hennebicque © droits réservés art & jardins | Hauts-de-France

La faille > Élise & Martin Hennebicque, 2018

The public is lured to the garden by a striking feature. The garden reveals itself as the continuation of the marshes that penetrate the park by a form attributed to the morphology of a moving landscape: the fault. A vegetation fault with numerous tributaries. The garden suggests an image of water flowing down towards the valley. Thus, the penetrant sees various plant associations intertwined according to their topographic position: wetland plants along the river edge gradually changing to plants from drier environments. On the approach to the garden, the visitor is drawn from the main pathway by this footprint of vegetation. The fault follows the path by the marking on the ground where the lawn is transformed by the vegetation which has retaken its place in the interstices. It attracts passers-by and draws them to the nearby viewpoint over open water and reedbeds. With its characteristics linked to the identity of the landscapes, the topography and the characteristic vegetation, the site will serve as an experimental site at the “Maison du Parc” for the learning workshops related to the local flora. Like a test site at the heart of the park, it will raise public awareness of differentiated management.

Informations & access
  • 2018
  • walking access

The artist

Elise & Martin Hennebicque

Born in 1984 and 1989 respectively, Elise and Martin Hennebicque graduated from the “Ecole de la nature et du paysage de Blois”. Landscape designers based in Conty in the Somme where they strive to create new spaces while preserving the memory of the places that they enhance. After a first landscaping participation, “Terres émergées”, at the festival “Art, villes & paysage - Hortillonnages Amiens” in 2017, they have continued their research on the aesthetics of the land and geomorphology with this second garden.