See all Europe’s major attractions in one day! Yes, it is possible. Brussels’ Mini-Europe has you covered. Explore over 350 miniature buildings and reveal secrets and intricate details of amazing scaled models.
Feel like you have reached a Lilliput land as you walk through the garden that showcases miniature models of attraction from over 80 European cities. See Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, Bradenburg Gate, Doge’s Palace and so much more!
The models are interactive so children (and adults too!) can fiddle around with Mount Vesuvius and make it erupt or knock down the Berlin Wall with just a push of a button.
Mini-Europe celebrates Europe and holds an exhibition called the ‘Spirit of Europe’ that take you on an entertaining journey through the history of European Union and how it connects people from the different European countries.
You may spend as long as you wish
Open between 9:30am and 8pm.
Make your way to Mini-Europe Brussels, Bruparck, 1020, Brussels.
Metro: Line 6 to Heysel (Heizel)
Tram: Line 7 to Heysel, lines 51 or 93 to Stade
Bus: Lines 84 and 88 to Heysel
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Last admission is 1 hour before closing.
No large bags or suitcases allowed, no lockers on-site
Dogs are only accepted in Bruparck, not Mini-Europe, Oceade and Kinepolis, except service dogs.
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