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Brussels for young kids

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Brussels for young kids
Brussels is the capital of cartoons, and kids of all ages can celebrate the cartoon characters that made Belgium famous. Mix in a day at Atomium and Mini-Europe to keep active kids happy.
Good for: Families, Groups, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Atomium
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Atomium

  A seminal totem in the Brussels skyline; neither tower, nor pyramid, a little bit cubic, a little bit spherical, half-way between sculpture and... more »

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Mini-Europe
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Mini-Europe

Mini-Europe stays in Brussels !!! DISCOVER EUROPE’S NICEST PLACES ...Europe in a few hours… A unique experience!Mini-Europe is above all an “invitation to travel”. The chimes of Big Ben, the gondolas in front of the Doge’s Palace, the Grand-Place in Brussels, the Acropolis ... an animated tour with visual and sound effects along 350 miniatures and attractions recreated down to the... More

Mini-Europe stays in Brussels !!! DISCOVER EUROPE’S NICEST PLACES ...Europe in a few hours… A unique experience!Mini-Europe is above all an “invitation to travel”. The chimes of Big Ben, the gondolas in front of the Doge’s Palace, the Grand-Place in Brussels, the Acropolis ... an animated tour with visual and sound effects along 350 miniatures and attractions recreated down to the smallest detail at the scale 1/25.A fascinating presentation for everyone, not to be missed during your stay in the Capital of Europe! Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art
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Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art

Smurfs and Tintin are just a few of the cartoon characters immortalized by Belgian cartoon artists, and kids of all ages can explore cartoon characters at the Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Tintin Mural Painting
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Tintin Mural Painting

Talk a walking tour of Brussels following the Comic Strip Trail, a 3-mile series of 30 murals painted on building walls. Located throughout the city, make it a game to identify the classic Belgian cartoon characters.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
Museum of Natural Sciences
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Museum of Natural Sciences

Kids can’t enough of dinosaurs, so take to the biggest dinosaur gallery in Europe, the Museum des Sciences Naturelles. Star attractions include 30 fossilized Iguanodons discovered more than 130 years ago, along with a host of other dinoasaurs guaranteed to fascinate kids of all ages.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
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Musee Herge
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Musee Herge

Just outside of Brusells, continue the celebration of cartoons at the Herge Musee (Herge Museum). The museum is dedicated to the creator of Tintin, following him and his life, including his personal experiences.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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