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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; 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

Small is beautiful – Une Houblonnière jardinée > Atelier du Gründberg, 2015

Small is beautiful – Une Houblonnière jardinée > Atelier du Gründberg, 2015
Monday April 16th, 2018 Marine Bigot
  • Atelier du Gründberg © Yann Monel
  • Atelier du Gründberg © Yann Monel
  • Atelier du Gründberg © Atelier du Gründberg
  • Atelier du Gründberg © Yann Monel

Small is beautiful – Une Houblonnière jardinée > Atelier du Gründberg, 2015

In order to conserve the market gardening style of the Hortillonnages, why not produce beer there? That was the objective that the Atelier du Gründberg set itself, to create a beer for the Art, Cities & Landscape Festival. A fragrant, aromatic and bitter drink made from Humulus Lupulus, the hop of the marshes, a perennial climber with pale yellow flowers, and a lover of humidity. Although its cultivation has almost disappeared from the Picardy region, it is however very easy to grow there, using espalier trellises 6 to 8 metres high, and supported by a wooden framework with guy wires fixed into the ground. So here they are beginning their grand comeback in the cultivated marshland of Amiens, in a hop field transformed into a garden, with hammocks slung underneath the climbers: lush floral trellises, supports for growth which transform into a place for sharing, similar to the German beer gardens where you can enjoy a beer with the family amongst the greenery, or perhaps the open-air cafés of the beginning of the 20th century, where you can drink and celebrate by the water’s edge… As well as questioning the relationships between the city and the country, the space therefore offers its visitor the chance to experience a flavour of local produce, as they enjoy a drink…

The artist

L'Atelier du Gründberg : Yvan Cappelaere, Mylène Andreoletti, David Belamy

The Atelier du Gründberg brings together three landscape designers who are graduates of the École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage in Versailles,Yvan Cappelaere, Mylène Andreoletti and David Belamy. This trio of designers met during their studies and here attempts a “lupuline” artistic and gardening experiment, midway between market gardening and urban gardening.