Magnetic Flow is an immersive light and sound experience in Brussels. Read on for practical details on how to visit with kids
Spirit of the North is fun, interactive and a great addition to the Brussels Christmas market. Read on for lots of practical tips to plan your visit
New kids friendly cafe in town with yummy loukoumades and a kids corner!
The Folon Foundation is a wonderful museum to visit with kids. The works of art provide a good starting point for discussions with the vivid colors and the novel designs. Here’s a short guide on Fondation Folon with tips on visiting with kids, so that you know what to expect
Christmas market in the Saxony Representation in Brussels: Christmas trees, a band playing music, gluhwein and hot chocolate, sausages, handmade wooden toys…
The best way to describe Plopsa Indoor Hasselt is: a family-friendly, theme-driven amusement park with a focus on younger kids. It’s also a perfect destination for families who want to have fun despite the rainy weather
I Love Science Festival is an awesome place for kids. There are tons of fun experiments and cool STEAM activities! From 3D printers to Virtual Reality, from robots to detectives and crazy scientists, you’re bound to find something you will love!
Costumes, trains, Duplos, cardboard games… Kids can play and rent toys at the Ludothèque!
(For kids 0-5 years old)
This is a fun indoor activity. Especially recommended for young Lego fans!
Lego Discovery Center Scheveningen is a fun place for young Lego fans. Combine it with Sea Life or one of the other activities in the Hague and around and you got a great weekend!