Cita is a small and fun attraction park in Lille. It is situated right next to the Zoo Lille. As both are quite small, it is easy to visit both in one day
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
Houffalize is a small and picturesque little town in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes
A great place for kids with an awesome outdoor playground and a fun and educative indoor play area as well (with a huge slide crossing the river!)
So much fun for the whole family in this trampoline park!!
Walk around the Groot-Bijgaarden castle and enjoy the light show
There is a restaurant and a nice playground, also a small museum with nature-themed exhibitions. It is kids-oriented and pretty small, perfect for a short break from spending the day in snow!
A provincial domain is an oasis for families. Lots of green, playgrounds, cafés… Some have farm animals and some have kids friendly swimming pools too. All places mentioned below are about half an hour from Brussels – and it’s really worth the drive!
Beautiful nature throughout the year – particularly in winter, Hautes Fagnes is worth visiting. Here are some places to visit with kids (or without!) and tips on restaurants and playgrounds
All about railway development at an old train station – fun place for kids that love trains too!