Europe in a few hours... A unique experience !
Mini-Europe is above all an "invitation to travel". The chimes of Big Ben, the gondolas in front of the Doge's Palace, the Grand-Place in Brussels, the Acropolis...an animated tour with visual and sound effects of 350 miniature models and attractions that you won't find anywhere else.
All kinds of working models.
Be surprised by the eruption of Vesuvius or the fall of the Berlin wall. Cheer on the matador at the Corrida in Seville, watch the launch of Ariane V, follow the Thalys from Paris to the other end of France and marvel at many other working models, for both young and old.
The best miniature park in Europe.
All the monuments have been recreated down to the smallest detail. Big Ben is 4 m high. With its height of 13 m, the Eiffel tower projects above a 3-storey building ! And yet all the buildings are on a scale of 1 to 25.
The town hall of Brussels is decorated with 294 hand-carved statues.
All against a backdrop of miniature gardens with an area of 6 acres.
Visit also the new exhibition the Spirit of Europe, full of interactive multimedia games.
Fascinating and enjoyable : as you play you will make one discovery after another; the European Union, its members, its history, its achievements ... among the numerous games don't miss the virtual game !
Make it a family outing.
14/07/2022 - 15/07/2023: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: from 09:30 to 18:00
Normal: 17,30 € - Enfants: 12,30 €
Mini-Flower Carpet already adorns Brussels' Grand-Place in Mini-Europe. As of today, Mini-Europe will be presenting a flower carpet on the Brussels mini-Grand Place. It is of course a miniature version. The real Flower Carpet will have to wait until August 12th. After two years of absence, the Grand-Place in Brussels will be covered again this summer with a colorful carpet of flowers, good for no less than 1680 m2 of begonias, dahlias, chrysanthemums, bark and grass. This edition - from August 12 to 15 - returns to the source with a reinterpretation of the very first flower carpet from 1971. Thierry Meeùs, managing director of Mini-Europe: “As of today, curious people can already visit the miniature park to admire the mini version of the Flower Carpet on a scale of 1/25. I would like to thank the City of Brussels and the non-profit organization Flower Carpet of Brussels for the permission we received for the replica of the Flower Carpet. This collaboration enables us to give an extra boost to Brussels tourism.” If you don't get the chance to see the real Flower Carpet, you can visit Mini-Europe for another two years - until the new design is announced - to admire the miniature version.