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

As part of the COVID-19 prevention system, the entire team of Art & jardins | Hauts-de-France is mobilized to accompany you in your discovery journey of the Festival with all the necessary sanitary measures : hydroalcoholic gel kiosks are at your disposal; wearing a mask is compulsory; for your safety, we ask you to respect the direction of visit, and to listen attentively to the rules of use of the boats before boarding; animals are not allowed. After each trip, life vests, boats, oars and engines are disinfected; all group visits are suspended until further notice. We wish you a pleasant artistic and cultural walk with complete peace of mind.
Gilbert Filling
Director of Art & jardins | Hauts-de-France

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, 1:00 p.m. to 7 p.m. / Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
> September 1st – October 18 • Wednesday to Friday, 1:00 p.m. to 7 p.m. / Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The ONLINE TICKET is open !
Book your discovery trail, date, time and number of people in the module below. 
Looking forward to welcoming you soon

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

Le jardin destock > Wagon Landscaping, 2018

Le jardin destock > Wagon Landscaping, 2018
Thursday May 3rd, 2018 Marine Bigot
  • Wagon Landscaping © Yann Monel
  • Wagon Landscaping © Yann Monel
  • Wagon Landscaping © Wagon Landscaping

Le jardin destock > Wagon Landscaping, 2018

Le jardin destock evokes the history of river trade and expresses the richness of a form of “nature at work”. Covered with gravel, as if a barge had forgotten there one of its loadings, the garden mixes a vegetable pallet composed of essences resulting from the wasteland, which evokes the reconquest of a forgotten load, but also coming from alpine medium, which expresses the richness and diversity of species that can settle on poor soil. This varied palette aims to produce spreading floristic events, promoting the development of biodiversity to be observed during workshops organized by the lock house, gateway to the future PNR of Somme Picardie Maritime. This “nature at work” is protected and staged by a wooden structure that hosts a series of deckchairs. This seating line is oriented towards the spectacle of the passage of a boat in the lock, but also to the amazing heritage of the village, marker of past wealth, which deserves the “break” of cyclists and walkers who borrow the old towpath.

Informations & access
  • 2018
  • Walking access

The artist

Wagon Landscaping : Mathieu Gontier

Wagon Landscaping, strives to find simple, economical answers, adapted to the needs of the users and the field of intervention. A practice of "already there", serving the site and the environment, with development projects located in France, from Marseille to Dunkirk via Paris, but also in Belgium or Russia! Wagon Landscaping has been selected for the Art, cities & landscape project in King's Lynn, England and also created Le Jardin d'Erode with the participation of Chloé Francisci for the Art, Cities & Landscape festival in 2011.