A magnificent heritage site, an international culture and conference centre and a tourist draw:
The Grand Commandery Alden Biesen has more than one ace up its sleeve. Originally built by the Teutonic Order, it is now one of the largest castle estates of the Euregion.
Alden Biesen falls under the Culture, Youth, Sports and Media department of the Flemish Government.
Discover the history of Alden Biesen
The history of the Grand Commandery Alden Biesen dates back to the 13th century Crusades. In 1190, brave knights founded the German Order of the Teutonic Knights. Alden Biesen was the principal town of a bailiwick or province of this Teutonic Order. For centuries, the castle housed the Grand Commander, a powerful man who governed the province of Biesen. Hence the name: Grand Commandery Alden Biesen.
Find your way around Grand Commandery Alden Biesen with ease and check the site map to discover what the estate has to offer. Visit the marvellous historic buildings and stroll through the wonderful gardens.
Alden Biesen is the perfect location for your event. Whether it’s a concert, a festival, a happening or some other public event: the Grand Commandery in Belgian Limburg and its unique surroundings are ideal for hosting a variety of events.