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Train World

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ADMISSION TICKETS (1)
Train World Entrance Ticket
from US$14.13*
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About
Train World is a showcase for the railways of the past, present and future. We are not just another railway museum; we are more of a train opera. Visit us and spend an unforgettable day in the Train World universe. You will discover the most...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Place Princesse Elisabeth 5 | 1030 Schaarbeek, Schaerbeek, Brussels 1030, Belgium
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+32 2 224 74 98
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Reviewed yesterday

What can I say, this just made out children's day. For those with young children this is an absolute must and can keep them occupied for a few hours at least. Ours are 2.5 and 1.5 and they just loved walking around (slowly in some...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you enjoy visiting museums, then purchasing a Brussels Card is a must! They are available in 24/48/72 passes. I chose the 48 hour one, and included a 48 hour travel pass, which gives unlimited travel on all buses, trams and Metro. The Pass gives...More

1  Thank Donald M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum was more than I expected. The amount we paid for the tickets was very much worth it. We spent 3 hours going around the very interesting and educational museum. Best to come during the opening time so you get to enjoy the train...More

1  Thank Shelanee
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As a train enthusiastic this Museum is the best one I've ever been. I spent over 4 hours inside without realising. It has everything that involves the train universe and beyond with a collection of thousands of items from the big massive trains to the...More

1  Thank D_Flecha
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is about trains, but not just a simple train yard. It was fun for adults, we have spent a good 2 hours looking around and learning a great deal about the last 200 years of locomotion.

Thank Kolos K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Belgium was the first country on the continent to be industrialised. It was also the first country on the continent to have a railway link between two cities, Brussels and Mechelen. This museum gives a very educational and interesting oversight of the history of the...More

1  Thank PaulVR205
Reviewed 10 September 2018

Went here not expecting too much based on the first building we walked into. But then when we went to the newer area it was amazing!! So many trains and great information. We had a wonderful time!

Thank Jeremy H
Reviewed 5 September 2018

If you have been to rail museums before you could be expecting a draughty hall containing a few rusty locos and a brief description of when they were built and which routes they were in. Train World is an object lesson on how a museum...More

Thank Stuart F
Reviewed 30 August 2018 via mobile

The museum is based in the old Schaerbeek station building which is a lovely start to the exhibits. There's also a large new building where most of the full size exhibits are. It was designed by an artist according to the displays there and that...More

Thank oehugh
Reviewed 30 August 2018 via mobile

The train world is a really nice museum. We visited it with two young children and they also loved it. They can go on the trains which is more fun for them than simply looking at them. There is a treasure hunt which they also...More

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Cathy S
30 November 2017|
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Response from Marsilia_tj | Reviewed this property |
I haven't been to York for years, so I'm not familiar with what they have there now but, as has been said, everything is available in English. There were definitely displays aimed at smaller children too. However, if your... More
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vikki173
17 October 2016|
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Response from SebBrussels | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The train world is just next to Schaerbeek Station, easily reached from All Brussels stations.
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Gissell R
31 July 2016|
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Response from Brendan O | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is good for non-French speakers. The only thing non-French speakers might find curious is the emphasis on railways within a purely Belgian context - a section on the global impact of rail travel would be welcome.
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