Brussels this summer is brimming with all kinds of activities for a family outing and a special attention is being paid to children throughout the year; even the museums are offering extraordinary adventures for the youngest children.
In every part of the city, parks, gardens and play areas welcome the little ones. When’s better than summer for enjoying the Capital with your family
With that said, here is a glimpse of the events planned for the fine weather days ahead
A day of surprises awaits young and old alike at the Coudenberg, Charles V’s palace in Brussels. guided tours, 16th century cuisine, dancing, games and themed workshops. From 10 am to 6 pm, visitors will have the chance to re-enact theRenaissance era, wear the outfit of a crossbowman, a lady of the Court or a knight! A wonderful chance to go back in time and learn with the family or with friends.
Shows and workshops which will tickle your senses: acrobatics, theatre, music, magicalin-situ installations, a sensory corner for the youngest children and several summer bars. The volunteers and the residents welcome visitors for this early summer festival in one of the most beautiful green settings in Brussels: the ForestPark, a space where everyone can find their proper place and where living together is a celebration.
A three-day festival in the Elisabeth Park at Jette. There is everything for children: sport,music, crafts, organised activities, cinema, etc.
The Brussels beach is a real meeting place for all ages and all cultures. But Bruxelles les Bains offers even more to children. They can build sandcastles there, try different sports, dance and eat ice creams.
a free street theatre festival in the Brussels park. The ‘Compagnie des Nouveaux Disparus’ will be coming to install its Berber sets in the Brussels Park to create a real nomads’ village just for the duration of the festival. For four days, by the park’s great fountain, the public will be able to experience, free of charge, theatrical performances of a hybrid flavour.