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The place could be probably improved but my kids loved it. Some interesting activities are offered but the kitchen atelier was rather poor. Yet, if the weather is poor, it's a good address (but try to be early, at around 2.30, it get's crowdy). A...More
I live in Brussels and took my 6 year old granddaughter to the museum for the first time the other day. We arrived a bit late so unfortunately she did not have a lot of time to explore but we made the best of it....More
Went there with our 6 and 3 year old boys. It's incredible! There is so much to stimulate young minds and take them into a world of imagination. Lots of play, activity, cookery lessons, dressing up areas,
And the staff are delightful, really helpful and...More
We had pretty high expectations for the place, as the reviews that we had seen were largely positive and very positive. I must say that I still wonder why. To start with, the place turned out to be pretty small and very crowded. I think...More
Kinder museum is a nice concept - old house in a non-touristic area of Brussels is transformed in a kinder paradise. On three floors you have thematic playgrounds and also workshops. The cooking workshop is the most attractive, for the others there are hardly few...More
It's a nice place to spend an afternoon with smaller children (I would say under 10). Check opening times before going! Also be prepared to actively engage with kids in crafting, reading, understanding. Staff mostly speaks English, but story telling and theater activities are in...More
This place is no where close to being classified as a children museum. If you've been to Chicago's Curious Kids Museum then you would understand what and how a children museum should be.
The entrance fee is now €8.50/person which includes access to all the...More