Legenturia is an indoor family entertainment center in Brussels, which offers fun activities for kids of all ages. It features:
- Toddler playground for kids <6 y.o.
- Bouncy castles with bouncing contraptions, slides and obstacle courses
- Bestarium – a soft maze & climbing construction
- Phantasy/creativity rooms where kids can become a real baker, postman, smith, doctor, inventor and much more
- Boat pond
- Gold mine
- Laser shooting
- Zorb ball
- Snack bars which serve snacks, drinks and hot meals (available only on weekends)
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This place is good for
special needs 0%
Up to 1 hour0%
Half a day67%
A day is not enough0%
- Parking on-site
- A baby changing station
- English available
- Kid's party facilities
- Restaurant or food for purchase
- Wheelchair/stroller access
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Great but expensive
Reviewed 19 February 2017
Three is plenty to do at all ages, the space is big, the parking has been made easy, it is original and the baby space (from 0 to 3 lets say) is better than any other I have seen in indoor playground. However, the prices are a bit over the top. I do not get why adult pay 3u20ac for example as everything they can really enjoy has to be paid extra. Plus, I was there at the grand opening (I do not know how it is now) and the food was quite expensive for what it was... rather go eat at Ikea just across the road and go to the playground after.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.
A fun place for the kids, but perhaps a bit hard to keep track of them
Reviewed 01 October 2016
Good for play dates on a rainy day in Brussels (not exactly a rare thing) or as a reward after dragging your kids to the nearby Ikea and other stores. It's probably best for kids above 5 or 6, since a key feature is its size and variety of elements. It can be a bit hard to keep track of multiple kids, who can easily disappear into one of the many rooms for imaginative play (bakery, kitchen, and many others), soft-play areas (including one dark one that might scare small ones), the small boats, giant bouncy castles, and more. Ours loved going here, but we decided that for birthday parties we preferred a place where it's easier to keep track of a large group.rnrnFor parents, there is a place to have coffee or beer with a snack - or even go bowling. For older kids, bowling or laser tag would be the main attractions.rnThis is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.
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