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Train world is a unique rail experience that will take you from the very first steam locomotives to high-speed trains! It’s a universe that calls on all the senses to understand the railways in its multiple dimensions. It is an active outing for all...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Place Princesse Elisabeth 5 | 1030 Schaarbeek, Schaerbeek, Brussels 1030, Belgium
All reviews train lovers old railway ticket hall continental europe railway network huge halls rolling stock all ages train travel impressive museum treasure hunt visited this museum great exhibition on display kids and adults great for kids couple of hours
We had a blast. 2 families with children between 3 and 8. We were looking for an indoor event with lots of fun and informative. It's huge, the building and exposition is breath taking. Even people who are not into trains will love it. It...More
If you are in Brussels and like trains. A great museum in their old train station. Plenty of history and models. Also several displays of clocks, tools, rails and stuff used by and for rail travel. About a dozen full size cars and engines. At...More
Very impressed with this. Didn’t imagine going to a train museum on a long weekend in Brussels but this was a great way to pass a couple of hours or more if you wanted to. The set up was great and being able to sit...More
It's a bit out of the way but well worth the effort. In fact, don't drive and take public transport there.
Great museum that starts a bit geeky in a pretty boring entrance hall then delivers a super experience. Exhibits you can climb on and...More
This museum gives a very good overview of the train history in Belgium. From the very start with the first passenger train on the European continent that ran between Brussels and Malines (Mechelen) in May 1835. And the story continues until today with the high...More
Response from Brendan O | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is good for non-French speakers. The only thing non-French speakers might find curious is the emphasis on railways within a purely Belgian context - a section on the global impact of rail travel would be welcome.