Magnetic Flow, Brussels

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Magnetic Flow is an immersive light and sound experience in Brussels. The light installations are interactive – thus extremely kids friendly! Read on for practical details on how to visit with kids

Here’s a short video to get an idea of what it’s like

Overview

There are 6 light installations and it takes about half an hour to an hour to go around depending on whether you take your time. The installations are interactive, so our daughter could mix and play her own music

If you are into this type of art, you will thoroughly enjoy it yourself!

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The photos don’t do justice, watch the video that is also linked at the top of the post 🙂

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There are night sessions with DJ music on Friday and Saturday night (for 16+ years old)

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Practical stuff

*Opening hours (last entry one hour before closing time):
Wednesday, Thursday: 11.00-20.30
Friday, Saturday: 11.00-18.45
Sunday: 11.00-19.45
Night sessions: Friday and Saturday 19.00-00.00 (for 16+ years old)
*Cost: kids 0-5 years old free entrance, kids 6-12 years old EUR 7, adult EUR 12, family pass (2 adults and 2 kids under 12) EUR 8 per person
*You can buy your tickets here
*Stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly
*There is a café there
*Parking: in the streets nearby

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Address

About 15 minutes by car from Schuman (or abour half an hour by public transport)

LaVallée
Rue Adolphe Lavallée 39, 1080 Bruxelles
https://goo.gl/maps/t8pCM8g7TpRhW2TXA

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Light shows in Belgium

There is no better way to beat the winter blues than a light festival in Belgium!

Below you will find a list with light shows in Belgium. Most of these are recurring, so this list will be getting updated with new dates

Light shows in Belgium

There is no better way to beat the winter blues than a light festival in Belgium! Below you will find a list with light shows in Belgium. Most of these are recurring, so this list will be getting updated with new dates

Nearby

Gare Maritime

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

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If you are looking for more kids friendly cafés/restaurants, check the map! There are separate layers with indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/restaurants, hotels and more

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Pixel Museum

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!

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Arkose Canal

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

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All places mentioned above are also gathered on the map!
Indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/ restaurants, hotels and more all under separate layers

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