Train World in Brussels

Brussels, Belgium

Access one of the most enchanting museums in Brussels!


Located in the old Schaarbeek railway station of Brussels, Belgium, The Train World Museum is a fascinating museum dedicated to the rich history of trains and rail transport in Belgium and beyond. 

The museum opened its doors to the public in September 2015 and has since become a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The Train World Museum showcases the rich railway history of Belgium, highlighting the country's significant contributions to the development of railways. The museum pays tribute to renowned Belgian engineers and inventors who played a crucial role in shaping the railway industry.

The Train World Museum has an impressive collection of historical locomotives, carriages, and other railway-related objects. The collection includes the oldest preserved locomotive in continental Europe as well as iconic steam locomotives, vintage carriages, and modern trains, allowing visitors to witness the evolution of railway technology.

One of the unique aspects of Train World is the inclusion of authentic railway stations within the museum. The Schaerbeek railway station, a masterpiece of Belgian railway architecture, is part of the museum and serves as a backdrop for some of the exhibitions.

Train World regularly hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year, including workshops, guided tours, and special activities for families and children. These exhibitions explore specific themes or aspects of railway history, showcasing the evolution of trains and railways over the years. Interactive displays, simulators, and educational workshops provide an engaging and immersive experience, allowing visitors to learn about the world of trains in a fun and interactive way.

Visiting the Train World Museum is a captivating experience for train enthusiasts!




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