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Discover the spectacular city of Brussels with a Brussels Card to gain free admission to over 41 museums across the Belgian capital. Enjoy fantastic discounts at a selection of shops and restaurants and peruse the enthralling exhibitions of the city’s museums absolutely free. Select from either a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour card to suit your schedule and upgrade to add a public transportation ticket to your card.
Mini Europe was really fun, it was exciting to see all the different landmarks in Europe! The Atomium on the other hand was nothing special in my opinion! You are better off just taking a few pictures outside of it, rather than inside (unless you are extremely interested in learning a few facts about its history). The only thing I have to critique is the queue for both attractions were extremely long! I thought pre-buying a ticket would allow for shorter queuing time but I was wrong, you still have to queue with people who have not pre-booked. I guess if you go earlier in the morning it should be fine. I got there just before 12pm and the queue was massive!
Mini Europe was really cool to see especially with the book they give so you can follow along and made me want to travel to other countries I hadn't thought about before. The atomium was a little disappointing as there wasn't really much to see. I was told there was a light show which made the whole thing worth it but there wasn't anything like that. I'd skip it next time and just get the photo of it from mini Europe!
Ensure your entrance to two of Brussels’ most popular attractions with a combined ticket for Mini Europe and Atomium. Explore Mini Europe’s miniature reproductions and live action models of European landmarks, then visit the unique Atomium for panoramic views of the Belgian capital and to tour its Art & Design Museum.
The view is nice. Please note, the only line you are skipping is the line to purchase a ticket. Once inside, you still need to stand in line to take the elevator with everyone else. If you want to visit other floors, you need to take the stairs or an escalator when available.
Explore inside one of Brussels most memorable landmarks with a self-guided visit to the Atomium. Visit at your own pace with a flexible entrance ticket and skip-the-ticket-line access, enjoy spectacular views from the top of the domes, and browse the exhibitions at the Brussels Art and Design Atomium Museum (ADAM).
All major tourist attractions of European countries and England in miniature models (Arc de Triomphe of Paris, Pisa of Italy, Parthenon of Athens to name a few) made to perfection, great artistry and workmanship. Worth visiting with children for fun and entertainment(shout loudly to activate and watch the villagers start working, climb the tower and escape from the fire breathing dragon). Enjoy!
See all of Europe’s legendary landmarks in miniature at the model park of Mini Europe in Brussels. Observe the structures that characterize the charm of each European country as you stroll amid the Eifel Tower, Big Ben and the Bell Tower of Bruges during your unique journey around this alluring attraction.
With its five full steam engines, authentic railway cottages, and original scenography, Train World can be considered the world's most complete train museum. Guarantee admission to this funky Brussels attraction by booking your ticket in advance; redeem it at your convenience during the museum's regular operating hours.
We really enjoy our visit, a fantastic collection of cars. Our young son is absolutely car mad and he loved it. But a shame about the shop the customer assistant made it clear he didn’t like children and no pocket money items with Autoworld on which was disappointing.
Ensure entry to the Autoworld Museum with a pre-booked entrance ticket, and discover the evolution of automobiles as you admire the more than 250 displayed vehicles. Get an intimate look at limousines formerly belonging to the Belgian crown, as well as a 1928 Bentley, 1930 Cord, and 1930 Bugatti. Enjoy a family-friendly day exploring the exhibition and the rest of the Cinquantenaire Park.
The 9th art in 3D
The sets, made by young artists and Brussels students for the most part, are wonderfully staging this graphic and colorful universe. Watch comic book cartoons in their original version and learn about the stages of comic book adaptation in both the big screen and the big screen through the history of Belvision studios.
By prebooking this Choco-Story Brussels admission ticket, you guarantee your visit while in the city. Explore the exhibits at your own pace, learning about the history of chocolate and how it’s made from bean to bar. Spend time watching a master chocolate-maker prepare pralines, and then taste them yourself.