Belgium is Europe in a nutshell, multicultural and multilingual. Flanders in the north has great art cities such as Antwerp, Bruges and Gent. To the south in Wallonia you will find the rolling hills of the Ardennes and the cities of Liege, Namur, and Tournai. Brussels is one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities, home to both the European Union and NATO, as well as a wealth of international trade and finance companies. It is this economic diversity which makes it a great destination for a school trip or educational tour for business students.
An impressive 102 metre structure of the nine atoms of a molecule in steel & aluminium.
Blegny Coal Mine
The Blegny mine is a heritage of Belgium’s industrial past. An astonishing and educational experience discovering a strange and fascinating world.
Bobbejaanland Theme Park
Bobbejaanland is situated in the midst of the fens and woods of the Kempen and is a family amusement park.
Canals of Bruges
Because of its canals Bruges is often called 'The Venice of the North'. The water situation in both cities was, however, very different. Venice was founded on islands in a lagoon of the Adriatic sea. Bruges lies deeper inland ; at least now, because in the five centuries B.C the Flemish coastline must have been flooded several times by the North Sea. When the waters retreated they left behind different sea-arms via which ships could reach the area where now Bruges is situated.
Euro Space Centre
Live the life of an astronaut! Learn everything about space and its conquest. Space and its immensity become alive and clear thanks to the magic of technology, light, colours, sounds, images and a special effects.
One of the most beautiful squares in the world, Brussels' most treasured centrepiece.
This six acre park is situated at the foot of the Atomium monument and has mini statues of all major European monuments including the Brandenburg Gate, Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower. They are exact models on a scale of 1:25. The latest figure was 300 monuments however the number is growing all the time due to the ever-expanding EU.
Natural Science Museum
The Institute Royal des Sciences Naturelles is a stimulating museum with excellent exhibits in its dinosaur, whale & insect departments.
This impressive water park has both covered and open air zones with ten water slides, wave pools, jet streams, saunas and various pools.
Parc D’aventures Scientifiques
Discover how and why the world is moving on. Push the boundaries of your knowledge in the 7000metres sqaure of interactive displays.
Parc Paradiso Bird Park
This park is situated in a spacious 55 hectare estate; a shady river, majestic trees, flowers and an ancient abbey and has a wide variety of birds including vultures, eagles, owls and falcons. A guided tour is possible which explains to the students more about the birds. The parks also has a 100m long and 30m wide aviary, which is one of the largest in the world.
At the Pass museum you can discover the role of science and technology in our society in an active and entertaining way. The exhibitions and events combine an educational approach with fun experiments. The educational team has designed visit programmes suited to all educational levels.
Sea Life Centre
Explore the North Sea’s underwater world at Belgium’s largest aquarium.
Six Flags & Aqualibi
Over fifty attractions and shows including roller coasters, rides and family entertainment.