In case you haven’t yet been to the fascinating museum Train World it is the perfect opportunity to combine it with the temporary Toy LEGO expo in it. This adventure creates a bridge between the very popular LEGO trains and the history and future of the railways.
Interactive, thoughtful and immersive, the railway museum at Schaerbeek station opened doors for over 400,000 visitors in three years. Now it welcomes the temporary LEGO exhibition, which offers a fresh look at the development of railways, in a venue that puts the spotlight on its past and its future with a decor created especially for the event.
What’s more, SNCB has given one of its trains a brand new look. This train will travel throughout the Belgian network from early October.
After joining the world of Tintin in 2016, the Train World museum is now welcoming LEGO into its exhibition space. The Danish giant has certainly managed to ride the tide of electric trains and scale models. The permanent exhibition will include unique LEGO models of locomotives.
For the the next months the exhibition will be full of exciting discoveries and fun activities for the whole family — 7 unique and specially designed scale model trains, LEGO scale model trains in a genuine miniature railway landscape, constructing a LEGO puzzle, a dedicated space to challenge your skills with LEGO bricks, the pop-up shop for genuine train– and LEGO enthusiasts to stroll around and pick up a nice souvenir at the end of your visit at a photo booth.
The visitors have the chance to participate in the monthly contest to win one of the 50 Lego boxes and create their own LEGO world. Special activities include game halls filled with the famous colourful little bricks on Wednesdays, weekends and school holidays.
Discover the LEGO experience in Train World until 31 January 2019.