Mini-Europe in Brussels: See Europe In One Day – In Minature

Have you ever wanted to see the whole of Europe in one day? Well you can, in Mini-Europe in Brussels!

With over 350 intricately designed miniature replicas, this fantastic attraction situated right next to the Atomium is a masterpiece you will leave. With all the architectural wonders of Europe reproduced along with fun animations and events, a day trip to this amazing Belgian theme park with the family here is a must.

Want to learn more about why Mini-Europe is a must-see on any visit to the Belgian capital? Keep reading…

General Information

Here is all the information you need for a visit to Mini-Europe in Brussels:

AddressAv. du Football 1, 1020 Brussels, Belgium (Google Maps)
Opening Hours11th March – 30th June: 9.30 am – 6 pm
1st July – 31st August: 9.30 am – 7 pm
1st – 30th September: 9.30 am – 6 pm
1st October – 7th Jan: 10 am – 6 pm
24th – 31st December: 10 am – 5 pm
Ticket PricesAdults: €19
Children: €13.50 (115cm – 12yrs)
Younger/Smaller Children: Free
Public Transport Heysel: Metro 6, Tram 7, Bus 14 and 83
Stade: Tram 9 and 51, Bus (De Lijn) 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 et 260
Saint-Lambert: Tram 19
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ParkingSee Parking Map
General info about Mini Europe

Miniature Highlights

Mini-Europe is all about the miniatures, well, at least a big part of it. So, what kinds of buildings, places, and scenes can you see in miniature there?

Here is a quick list of some of the miniature highlights you can see:

  • The Eiffel Tower, Paris: Standing at 13m tall is quite impressive
  • Big Ben & Houses of Parliament, London: The iconic pair are a big part of the London cityscape
  • The Colosseum, Rome: Of course, it had to be included
  • Sagrada Familia, Barcelona: This infamous building that is never quite finished in Spain
  • Parthenon, Athens: One of the most intact historic sites in Greece
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa: The tower that is almost falling over in Italy
  • Canals of Venice: Another must-visit on any tour of Europe
  • Brandenburg Gate, Berlin: This rival to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe
  • Atomium, Brussels: This is actually right next door, in real life
  • Windmills of Kinderdijk, Holland: A touch of the Netherlands

Of course, there are so many more, I could not possibly list them all.

Spirit Of Europe

A more recent addition to Mini-Europe is this Europe-centric exhibition. It offers visitors a deeper look into the European Union’s history, culture, and political framework. Sounds a little boring? Don’t worry, they make it fun through the use of quizzes, games, and informative displays. And you will learn a lot too, leaving with a better understanding of the European Union and its member states.

It is also a great way to put all the miniatures into context considering you get to visit the whole of Europe while you are here!

Mini-Europe Combinations

If a visit to Mini-Europe is not enough for your day out, you can combine it with a visit to the Atominium, which is right next door. This is a great option because it is one of the must-see attractions in Brussels and you won’t have to move far to see them both! Plus you get a decent discount by combining the two.

Another option you have option where you can combine a visit to Mini-Europe with the Brussels Hop-on Hop-off bus. This ticket option is also great if you plan on seeing the sights in Brussels.

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