World’s best children’s museums – wonderlands of imagination
1/9 Children’s Museum, Brussels
Created in 1975 by a toy-loving psychologist, the Children’s Museum in Brussels is designed entirely with little ones in mind. Visitors can get stuck into five different workshops including a cookery class; fairy tales workshop; art; construction and theatre. Learn how to use a wrench and hammer before engaging your imagination to create a fantastical story or taking part in drama exercises. Check out the ‘Time to Wonder’ exhibit, created to engage the five senses. Children will explore a giant chess board as they feel, listen and look their way around the scene, and explore places such as the Arctic, a dream train and a deep-sea submarine.
Price: Admission is £6 per ticket