Curious as to where some of the radioactive waste will be safely and permanently disposed of?
You can discover for yourself exactly where on the Repository Walk.
Walk right up to the disposal site
The repository walk takes you right up to the site of the future near-surface radioactive waste repository. Along the way, information signs will tell you more about the nuclear installations you will pass and about local nature.
A unique circular walk of 5 km, with an optional guide.
Discover the site where the radioactive waste repository will be built.
Enjoy some time at a site that is to grow into a diverse landscape of meadows and woodland.
See where we test materials and techniques for use in the repository.
Explore the ideal biotope for amphibians and insects, and aquatic and bog plants.
Get to know where radioactive waste is processed and temporarily stored.
Take a break at one of the large picnic tables close to the playground.
A shorter walk in the park
Discover a stunning area of natural landscape close to Tabloo on a circular 1.5-km walk.
You will pass the river, the playground and picnic tables along the way. Be sure not to miss the chance to play on the large colourful spheres. Also suitable for buggies and wheelchairs.
Access to the park, the playground, and the walks is free of charge.
Discover Park & Playground
What else is there to do in Tabloo?
Immerse yourself in an invisible world and experience radioactivity through interactive exhibits.
Enjoy a drink, a snack or a full lunch. With a large outdoor terrace and a view of the playground.
Park & Playground
Stretch your legs in the park while the kids play to their hearts' content in the playground.
Find out more about ONDRAF/NIRAS and the region's rich nuclear history.
Discover all that the Antwerp Campine region has to offer.
Enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding area from the rooftop of Tabloo.
Practical information about Tabloo
Gravenstraat 3, 2480 Dessel.
Charging facilities for electric bicycles and cars (3).
Ample free parking for bicycles, cars and coaches.
All areas accessible to buggies and wheelchair users.
To be sure of gaining entry, it is best to buy your ticket online. On-site electronic payment only. Schools and groups can request their visit in advance.
Tabloo is open on weekdays (9am–5pm) and on Sundays (10am–5pm). Last admission is at 4pm.
Free WiFi throughout the building. Cloakroom and lockers with electronic code.