Mini-Europe

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General Information

Mini-Europe is a miniature park in Europe that is based on displaying miniature versions of monuments that are situated in the cities of countries in the European Union, the park is situated in Brussels, Belgium. The park was established in 1989 and covers 24,000 square metres of land. The park contains reproductions of around 350 monuments that cover 85 countries. The monuments that were chosen to be replicated at a 1.25 scale were chosen because of their architecture or their European symbolism. Some of the monuments replicated in the park include Big Ben - London, City Hall - Stockholm, Eiffel Tower - Paris, Freedom Monument - Riga and much more. 

Getting there

Mini-Europe is situated near the Atomium. If travelling by car, there is a car park close by at ‘Parking Bruparck’. By metro, take the 6 line to ‘Heysel’. By tram, take the 7 line to ‘Heysel’. The 84, 88, N18, T3 and T7 buses all stop close by to the park.

Opening Times and Admission

Mini-Europe is open daily 10am-5pm March to December, the rest of the year it is closed. Admission to the park is set at 15.50 euros for adults and 11.50 euros for children.

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