Public urban park “Bois de la Cambre”
urban public park brussels
The urban public park is one of the most important areas to visit, and a heritage site in the city of Brussels. It is blessed with a picturesque and exotic landscape, in the English style, which is very similar to wood.
The park offers you a range of fun activities such as walking, jogging, cycling, and skiing. And also boating and kayaking in its artificial lake, which looks like a heart. As well as relaxing under the shade of its large trees, it is also home to many species of bats and deer.
Chocolate tour in Brussels
Belgian chocolate is famous for its irresistible taste and quality. Brussels is also widely known for its praline. One of the best things to do in the city is to take a chocolate walking tour to learn how your favorite sweets are made.
Many of Brussels’ top chocolatiers are opening their doors to tourists looking to enjoy their holiday chocolatier show. You can also eat whatever you like, and sample chocolates throughout this fun tour.
Comic Strip Center
On display within this Belgian humor center is a constantly rotating exhibition, featuring 200 original cartoons by Belgian and French comedians, and the Museum of Imagination offers insight into the creation of comics.
Watch the historical comic strips in the center and marvel at the booby-trapped graphics and 3D reproductions, the most famous of which is the rocket that Tintin used to travel through space.
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences is one of the most famous places of tourism in Brussels, Belgium, that you can enjoy visiting with your children during your vacation in Brussels. It contains one of the largest dinosaur galleries in Europe, and a collection of more than 37 million specimens from around the world.
Discover the evolution of life and future animals through interactive displays, the skeletal remains of Tyrannosaurus rex, and feathered dinosaurs. In addition, children participate in workshops that include activities such as making fossil prints and rebuilding skeletons to learn how to become paleontologists.
Auto World Museum Brussels
The Auto World Museum in Brussels is a great tourist site, especially for car enthusiasts. It displays over 300 vintage cars, trucks, and motorcycles from the 19th century through the 1970s, mostly European and American models.
Children can take part in fun activities, including exploring the many exhibits, searching for digital codes that can open the “treasure chest”, and also go to the section dedicated to the roots and history of the Belgian automobile industry.
Musical Instruments Museum
The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments was founded in the nineteenth century, and it is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Brussels, Belgium. It features more than 1,500 instruments from different time periods, some of which you can hear via interactive exhibits.
The museum gives you an exhibition focusing on Western classical music, from the late Middle Ages to the end of the 19th century. Classical music in the concert hall, Belgian delicacies in the rooftop restaurant, and panoramic views of the historic Brussels district from above.