Atomium And Mini Europe , Brussels
About Atomium And Mini Europe , Brussels
Atomium And Mini Europe , Brussels - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1020 Brussels, Belgium
Ticket Price: 25 EUR
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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These are really two separate attractions but they’re at the same place and can be visited for the price of one so why quibble? Let’s cover the Atomium first.
The Atomium is the exact reproduction of the shape of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. Though it looks like a sculpture, it actually is a building with it’s own exhibition space and everything. Built in the 1958 Brussels Expo, it symbolises democratic will, progress that’s both social and scientific and an optimistic hope for the future. The main exhibit of the Atomium is a commemoration of the Expo of ’58. The top sphere is a restaurant with terrific views (on a clear day you can see all the way to Antwerp); there’s a kids sphere and three other spheres reserved for events. The building is Brussels’ most famous landmark.
At the foot of the Atomium is Mini – Europe. It’s a very literal description – there are over three hundred 1:25 scale models of famous buildings from over 80 European countries – needless to say, the photo ops here are awesome.
A trip to Mini Europe can also be combined with a trip to the Oceade (a family waterpark) and the Planeterium.
The Atomium and Mini Europe are two of the most astonishing attractions in Brussels, Belgium and even Europe perhaps. You can see the whole of Europe in a miniaturized scale and the magnified version of an iron crystal here. Being insanely popular, tickets for Atomium and Mini Europe have huge queues in the peak season and it can take you hours to enter inside. Buy tickets for Atomium and Mini Europe in advance from our ticket booking platform and even get great rebates on Atomium and Mini Europe ticket prices. Another wonderful thing about booking online is that you can also club in other activities with your Atomium and Mini Europe tickets as well.
Atomium And Mini Europe Information
- Check the website for a comprehensive map of the Atomium. There is no cloakroom at the Atomium.
- The content of your luggage may be controlled.
- Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Strollers and travel bags need to be left at the ticketing office.
- It is strictly prohibited to smoke.
- To eat your own picnic.
- To enter the building with an animal, apart from guided dogs.
- The Atomium is largely inaccessible for disabled visitors.
- The shop is fun.
Atomium And Mini Europe Ticket Prices
- Given ticket price is of a combo ticket for adults for both atomium and mini Europe.
- Adult combo: 24.50 Euros
- Children combo (under 12): 16.40 Euros
- Children combo (12-18): 21.60 Euros
- Seniors (60+): 21.60 Euros
- Mini Europe solo ticket: 15 Euros for adults and seniors, 11.20 Euros for children.
- Atomium solo ticket: 12 Euros for adults.
- For detailed pricings and combo offers please refer official website.
Atomium And Mini Europe Opening and Closing Hours
- 1 October 2016 to 8 January 2017: 10 am – 6 pm
- 11 March 2017 to 30 June 2017: 9:30 am – 6 pm
- 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2017: 9:30 am – 8 pm
- 1 September to 30 September 2017: 9:30 am – 6 pm
- 1 October 2017 to 7 January 2018: 10 am – 6 pm
- 24 December and 31 December: 10 am – 5 pm
- Annual closure: 8 January 2018 – 9 March 2018
- Cash Desk closes 1 hour before Park closing time.
- Open all days from 10 am to 6 pm.
- Closure ticketing at 5:30 pm.
How To reach Atomium And Mini Europe by Public Transport
- By Tramway: Lines 7 and 51
- By Bus: Lines 84, 88, N17, N18 (night)
- By Train: SNCB trip 171, 172 (Mini-Europe) to South Station/Gare du Midi/Zuidstation, then metro line 6 "RoiBaudouin", get out at station "Heysel"
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Atomium And Mini Europe , Brussels Reviews - Write a Review
An interesting place to visit, some models are really amazing. Price is a bit on the high side. Went on an afternoon at an hour before closing and had plenty of time to go through and see everything. Also it was really quiet at that hour. With kids I'd say you need more time to really go through and enjoy it.
It's the attention to detail that really makes this place enjoyable. Cafe and bathroom on site, located next to the atomium. Regardless of the price it's worth every penny!! Such fun
Superb park, very well maintained and reasonably priced. Definitely a must see place in Brussels. Miniatures are well maintained and provide some interaction to smaller kids. Our 2 year old daughter had great time in it and so we did. Just plan your trip well to avoid disappointing and check opening times.
Perhaps it is a good place for kids, but there are a lot of things that can be improved. The miniatures are a bit too toy-ish and not really attractive. The place is also relatively small.
The miniatures are nicely done, although it's easy to notice they are old and some of the "little people" actually look more like walking dead, with all their color gone. How well they represent their countries is another question. Avoid the creepy tortoise taking pictures at the door, they'll try to sell them for +7€.
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