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Brussels Travel Guide

Brussels Kids Attractions

Brussels is a great city for kids of all ages and nationalities to enjoy. Take the children for a stroll through the street of the city, and don''t forget to stop and check out with Mannekin-Pis, which the kids will have a good chuckle at. A highlight for lovers of cartoons is a visit to the Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art, featuring displays of favourites such as Tintin and the Smurfs - a real treat for children. During the summer months, a trip to one of Brussels'' water parks is a must, such as Walibi Belgium where dozens of slides and rides can be enjoyed. A trip to Bruparck is not to be forgotten either, where attractions such as the Oceadium water park, Mini Europe and the Atomium can be seen and families are guaranteed a fun-filled day. When the weather is miserable and taking the children outdoors isn''t an option, head to one of Brussels'' fabulous museums, such as the Brussels Children''s Museum for the little ones, or the Museum of Natural Sciences of Belgium for slightly older children where the dinosaur exhibit is sure to thrill!

The Atomium

The Atomium

Forget the Mannekin Pis - this is the structure that best symbolises Brussels and certainly the one locals are more proud of. Built for the 1958 World Fair, the Atomium takes its shape...

Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art

Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art

Belgium's love of wacky humour and comic book art come together in this wonderful museum housed in a fabulous Art Nouveau building designed by Victor Horta. You'll see plenty of its most...

Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

The Chocolate Museum is a fitting tribute to both the history of the cocoa bean and the Belgian's famed love of chocolate. The first chocolatier in the city appeared in the 1600s and today...

Brussels Children's Museum

Brussels Children's Museum

With interactive and educational exhibits, the Brussels Children's Museum is a wonderful place to take the kids to enjoy learning and playing. From learning about colours, careers, the body and...

Bruparck

Bruparck

This village was originally created for the 1958 World Exhibition and houses some of Brussels' most popular tourist attractions. The Oceadium water park, Mini Europe, a Kineopolis cinema and the...

Mini Europe

Mini Europe

Located next to another one Brussels' most popular tourist attractions, the Atomium, Mini Europe contains miniatures of all of Europe's favourite attractions at a scale of 1:25. Approximately 350...

Walibi Belgium

Walibi Belgium

With dozens of exciting and thrilling rides, children will be simply captivated at Walibi Belgium Amusement Park. With terrifying roller coasters and children's favourite cartoon characters such...

Museum of Natural Sciences of Belgium

Museum of Natural Sciences of Belgium

Featuring fascinating displays and exhibitions, kids will enjoy a trip to the Museum of Natural Sciences of Belgium, and in particular the dinosaur section, the largest of its kind in...

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