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Arkose offers primarily indoor wall climbing facilities for children and adults. There is also a restaurant and a store. There is also a sauna, a small rooftop and a studio with yoga and pilates classes
You can sit and relax at a cozy corner of the café and watch the kids climbing through a window (provided your kids are old enough for that 🙂 )
*Opening hours: every day 07.00-00.00
*Restaurant opening hours: every day 12.00-14.30 and 19.30-22.30
*There is indoor parking for bicycles (see last photos)
*Cost: kids < 12 years old EUR 8 per day, 12+ years old EUR 15 per day. Also renting climbing shoes EUR 4
*There are also 10-time passes, monthly and annual passes
*They organize stages for kis 4-18 years old, you can find more details here
*They also organize kids birthdays for 8-12 kids as of 6 years old. They offer 1 hour of guided climbing, a snack and a juice and then free climbing under parents’ supervision
Gare Maritime used to be Europe’s largest railway station for goods at Tour et Taxis. The building has been transformed with 12 wooden pavilions into ‘a city where it never rains’. with a food market. There is a lot of space for kids to run and play – and every Sunday there is a jumping castle too
Gare Maritime is a great food market for families to enjoy on the weekend. Here are photos and lots of practical tips to plan your visit
Ferme Maximilien, a little farm in the center of Brussels that is perfect for younger kids; there are donkeys, ponies, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits… Even lamas!
A little farm in the center of Brussels that is perfect for younger kids; there are donkeys, ponies, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits… Even lamas!
Pixel Museum is great fun for young and old, especially if they are into gaming. Brings back a lot of childhood memories, if you were playing videogames as a kid!
The Pixel Museum in Brussels just opened in a new building! This is great fun for young and old, especially if they are into gaming. Brings back a lot of childhood memories, if you were playing videogames as a kid!
About 10 minutes drive from Schuman, Brussels (or half an hour by public transport)
Allée Verte 52, 1000 Bruxelles
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Indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/ restaurants, hotels and more all under separate layers
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