Mini-Europe

Bruparck, Brussels

4

Mini-Europe is a theme park in Brussels, which presents the miniatures of the Europe’s most famous buildings, monuments, statues and attractions. It is situated right next to the Atomium building. The area of the park is 24,000 square metres. The reproduction of the figures are in 1:25 size. Over 80 cities and 350 buildings are shown in Mini-Europe. The park has a cable car system with guide, who tells about the attractions during the ride. In the end the interactive game “The Spirit of Europe” completes the information that the visitors got. The area is covered with greenery and trees, so the park is also a great place for walking and relaxing. Tickets cost €10.

read more

click on map to see in full size

Open Hours:

  • Mon

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Tue

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Wed

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Thu

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Fri

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Sat

    09:30 - 18:00

  • Sun

    09:30 - 18:00

Plan Your Visit to Brussels

Destination

Create new trip

{{ loadingMessage }}

Reviews

  • Maria Walters

    3
    - 08 September 2018 -

    This place is overrated and overpriced. We had a good time walking around, but the park itself is small. Very small. We paid over 30euros for 2 adults to enter Mini Europe. A bit too much for what they offer.

  • Luther Walters

    3
    - 08 September 2018 -

    Nice, but over-priced. Two adults for just the mini-Europe was around €38.00....seriously? Well, it was a good walk with the family and I can see how people may be “inspired” to visit some of the places represented here, but I am more inspired by searching for travel destinations online. Try watching videos on YouTube about these places and you’ll see what I’m talking about. This place is far from the Old Towne, but the metro ride isn’t too long.

  • D.Nicolae Palaghiu

    4
    - 30 August 2018 -

    Un loc care va face fericiti copii ... mici si mari, pasionatii de modelism si machete, sau oricare cetatean al Comunicatii Europene. Machete statice sau in miscare (trenuri, avioane, vapoare) cu diverse efecte (a se vedea la vulcani) si jocuri. Cladiri si locuri reprezentative pentru unele state, desi pentru Romania inca nu stiu de ce a fost ales (doar) palatul Mogosoaia. La intrare se chinuie un fotograf sa te prinda intr-o fotografie cu mascota, pe care sa ti-o vanda la iesire. Recomandare: nu beti cafea de la restaurantul aflat la iesire, si nu intrati nici in toaleta.

  • Pranav Randhawa

    5
    - 19 August 2018 -

    Nice place to spend time. Kids will enjoy specially. You get to see miniature models of all major cities of Europe. This place gave me motivation to explore Europe and see the actual sites by visiting different countries. At entry you get a handy information booklet containing all facts about the countries.

  • Greg Becker

    2
    - 17 August 2018 -

    Pretty over rated place considering it’s comes under the top 10 things to see in Brussels. Place is dated and requires a good face lift. All props are made of plastic. Many are sun bleached. Boats being towed are partially submerged. Much of the water is silty Not worth the €15:50 entry

  • Mehran Koushkebaghi

    4
    - 17 August 2018 -

    An amazing experience! We spent about 3 hours there and enjoyed. They did very good job in creating the models and considered lots of details. The only problem that we had was to find our way through the entrance of the park! There are not enough signs there to guide you through the park and is a little bit confusing for a tourist who is not familiar with the area!

  • D Johnson

    5
    - 13 July 2018 -

    Great place to visit and larger than I imagined. It will take about 2 hours to tour the park and entertaining for all ages. Remember- It is an outdoor park in Brussels. There is little to no protection from the rain. Avoid the park on rainy days or bring your umbrella. There is a decent cafe with plenty of seating where you can seek cover during a short rain shower. Don’t be surprised if school kids are enjoying a field trip to the park. Seniors: Expect to walk in the park. Additionally the walk from the train station takes about 10-15 minutes. Bring your camera. If you plan on seeing other sites in the area, like the Atomium, there are pricing specials available for visiting multiple attractions on site (and maybe online).

  • Abhishek M

    5
    - 04 July 2018 -

    This is a great place to see miniaturized famous European buildings/monuments. Very well maintained and attention to details is unbelievable. I strongly recommend this place to every tourist. One could spend a couple of hours easily here. They have benches all over the park to take quick pit stops. Also have a small restaurant.

  • Anju Desai

    4
    - 23 June 2018 -

    You want to see the salient features of Europe at one place...go to Mini Europe. Its created very tastefully and well explained with the help of guide books and interactive machines. The area looks small but it takes you well over 2hours to see the entire exhibit. There are clean toilets and a nice cafeteria. Don't forget to check the photos taken of you when you enter. They are professional and worth a buy as a souvenir of the place.

  • Keel Ross

    3
    - 10 June 2018 -

    Cool idea. The cost seemed a bit high for what they have to offer. Our visit was fun with two small children. We went on a weekday morning and had the place mostly to ourselves. I would have given more stars if it weren't for the cost. It gave us a lot of ideas for future trips in Europe.

  • Brunno Cavalcante

    - 14 May 2018 -

    Lugar fantástico. Faz referências aos principais pontos turísticos dos países do continente europeu. As crianças adoram!!

  • Dana Alshammari

    - 28 March 2018 -

    حلو المكان وحديقة صغيرة لكن ما يستاهل سعر التذكرة ١٢،٥ يورو للشخص البالغ

  • Louise de Paus

    - 07 November 2017 -

    Europese Unie op schaal

  • هناء الجنيدل

    - 31 August 2017 -

    😍👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻ممتعه ومناسبه للي معهم اطفال

  • Lamia

    - 21 August 2017 -

    Amazing with children be aware that it will take at least two hours if you want to enjoy all the park. Avoid sunny days and take some water with you before going inside.

  • Shambo W. 🚀

    - 29 June 2017 -

    Make sure you take a photo with the EU turtle by the entrance. You can check the photo and choose to purchaseat the end if you like! 👍🏼

  • Nikolaos Papadopoulos

    - 17 April 2017 -

    15 euro entrance is outrageous! No value for this amount of money! Totally not worth it!

  • Coco Clon

    - 02 April 2017 -

    I liked the place so much and highly recommend for children & adults 👶 they can have an idea about the main EU attraction.

  • Loda

    - 31 December 2016 -

    You will see landmarks. But they didnt include enough information and most of the voices didnt work . They give u a booklet with ur language at entrance but when its cold u cant keep reading.

  • Nōurā

    - 08 December 2016 -

    Don't miss it

Mini-Europe tours

Mini Europe - Miniature Model Park

The miniature model park of Mini Europe allows you to sample the charms specific to each European country. See some of Europe's most famous landmarks and historic events all built to a scale of 1 to 25. It's an adventure you'll experience nowhere else! Choose to upgrade your ticket and you can also...

Mini-Europe

Take a tour of Europe's architectural highlights in this miniature wonderland

{{ loadingMessage }}