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Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 113 reviews

I got the 72 hour pass and it was excellent value for money. I went to 3+ museums each day so really made a saving. The only improvement that could be made is with regards to collecting the public transport pass. The "Go" ticket machines are located at bus stops and this isn't mentioned. It took me about an hour to work this out as I was only told to got to Gare Centrale station and so I naturally tried the ticket machines in there. The easy solution is to have a "Go" machine in the office where you collect the museum pass itself so then is a genuine one stop shop.

Very interesting exhibition about history of trains, attractive for childrens too. Very agreable exhibition of paintings from Paul Delvaux where you discover his complete progression to his well-knowed paintings.

This Museum is a must see trip if you are in Brussel and have Children, are interested in trains, technic or history. Very pleasant possibility to understand and look into the life of your grandparents

Het meest interessante: de geschiedenis van het ontstaan tot opening expo '58 en de beleving bij deze wereldtentoonstelling. En het panoramisch uitzicht.

View is amazing from the top. Coffee was nice in the restaurant at the top. There's a lot to learn about the meaning of the atomium, who created it, etc.