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Brussels Atomium Entry Ticket with Free Design Museum Ticket

1. Brussels Atomium Entry Ticket with Free Design Museum Ticket

Discover stunning panoramic views of Brussels and explore exhibitions about Belgium and digital art with this entry ticket to the Atomium. Take a walk through design works from the 20th and 21st centuries with a ticket to the Design Museum. Enter the iconic Atomium which symbolizes an iron crystal, magnified 165 billion times. Step into this relic of the past which was created for the 1958 World Fair. Marvel at 360-degree panoramic views of the 19 municipalities of Brussels. Stroll through the permanent Atomium exhibition which tells the history of this pavilion. Visit two temporary exhibitions, including 'ID#2021', an immersive sound and light show and 'View from My Window' which tells the a Belgian success story through a multimedia display. Have the option to purchase Belgian specialties or seasonal dishes at the Atomium Restaurant which offers exceptional views from 95 meters above ground. Visit the Design Museum Brussels to learn about Belgian design and its history. Make your way through permanent and temporary exhibits and see the Plastics Design Collection of around 2000 plastic objects.

From Amsterdam: Private Sightseeing Trip to Brussels

2. From Amsterdam: Private Sightseeing Trip to Brussels

Enjoy one of Belgium’s most incredible cities on this Brussels private day-trip from Amsterdam. Enjoy the luxury of a round trip service just for you and your party - picking you up at your accommodation in Amsterdam, and returning you at the end of the day. You will be picked up in a luxury Mercedes sedan or minivan with air-conditioning by a professional driver and after a short meet and greet, you will set off on your cultural adventure of Brussels. You will have approximately 4.5-hours to discover this great city. Feel free to stroll to the historical heart of medieval Brussels and discover an antique myriad of architecture in the Market Square. Or, take in sights like the picturesque Grand Place, St Micheal’s Cathedral, the Atomium, or the cosmopolitan constructions of the Chinese Pavilion. Explore the throngs of antique shops in the Sablon district after passing the Royal Residence of Laeken, and then marvel at the fabulous facades of the Court of Justice and the Council of Ministers.

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What people are saying about Brussels

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 223 reviews

Throughly enjoyed our visit to the Atomium. It was a well organised venue with engaging exhibitions, so great value for money. We also visited the design museum but wouldn’t have paid for this on its own. We ended up visiting Mini-Europe as well, which we’d recommend pairing with the Atomium if in that area.

Just amazing: the story was clearly stated, the lights games were fun and creative, and the exhibition of the view from a window was wonderful and a bit touching! Booking in advance was the best decision ever because the line for the tickets was huge

Hard to describe the experience, but definitely recommend going. Any age easy to get around. Very few stairs going up escalators work well. Recommend the restaurant on the top level, if only for a drink, views stunning.

We bought tickets on January 1st. Even though we had tickets, we had to wait a long time in the cold. However, it is a structure worth seeing, and I really liked the interior.

Great to skip the ticket queue. Try to avoid on a foggy day as the view of the panorama is severely affected.