We visited Mini-Europe in July 2013 as part of a combined trip to Atomium with our three children (5, 3 and 7 months). The place itself is essentially a large model village depicting different buildings from all of the EU member states. The models are amazing and the level of detail is excellent, there is maybe a slight focus on some European countries (Holland and Belgium in particular) but is not detrimental to the overall experience. There are also small activities for children to interact with which is good because after a while we found our children were a little bored unless they recognised a landmark (the Eiffel Tower for example).
Overall I enjoyed Mini-Europe, I found it very educational and it was good for keeping the children entertained for an hour or two.
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