Mini-Europe

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Mini-Europe

Mini-Europe is a park located in Brussels, in Bruparck at the foot of the Atomium. Mini-Europe features miniature reproductions of famous buildings and monuments in the European Union at a scale of 1:25. The park displays celebrated architectural objects from roughly 80 European cities – all accompanied by dwarf trees, bonsais, grafted trees and flowers. The park shows also live action models such as trains, mills, airport runway, an erupting Mount Vesuvius, and cable cars. At the end of the exhibit, the “Spirit of Europe” display gives an interactive overview of the European Union in the form of multimedia games.


    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
      (2-5)
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    • Grade schoolers
      (6-9)
      50%
    • Tweens
      (10-13)
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    • Teens
      (14-18)
      50%
    • Everyone
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      100%
    • Children with
      special needs
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    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
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    • Price

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      Features confirmed by parents

      • Access by public transportation
      • Available discounts
      • English available
      • Restaurant or food for purchase
      • Restrooms
      • Wheelchair/stroller access

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    Hania28

    Poland, Warsaw, Poland

    Fun place to visit

    Reviewed 01 August 2016

    I visited Mini-Europe with my kids and two sets of grandparents twice: once in a fall (when they were 4 y.o.) and once in a spring (a year later). Both times the experience was very positive and both times the kids liked it a lot. The models in Mini-Europe are really well done with an amazing attention to details. The exhibits are interactive and educational: kids learn about the most important attractions from various European cities and, can make some objects on various display move, and if I remember correctly, you can play a national anthem in most of the exhibits. In addition, the landscape of the place is really attractive to walk around.The first time we visited Mini-Europe we bought "combo tickets" which combined a visit to Atomium (which is just next to it) and we save a good amount of money.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

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    Bruparck B-1020 Brussels (Laeken)
    1020 Brussels, Belgium
    +32 (0)2/474.13.13

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