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Planetarium of the Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels
(2.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • You can visit this place in like 20 minutes, there's not much info to be found and the "activities" like the Mars Rover don't actually work. We did go to see a movie in the projection room, which was ...  more »
  • Nothing makes want to open the door but we insist to visit this place. A person has hospitality that merely to cash, and yours. We planned to come well before the meeting thinking, wrongly, that our chip could learn in a fun way. Some screens are inaccessible to children, the principle lack of interactivity and questions are addressed either to an informed public or to adults. Some windows with old devices lack of staging, of information and is not at the level of the younger. We're trying to kill the time by moving in what looks like a self service cafeteria. Cold and impersonal, this part has a distributor to coffee and a small counter where are prepared tour guides... And still nothing for children. Even with low budget, a small "reading corner" with books on the subjects would have been nice! The time of the meeting finally arrives! It tells you where you install and you are given headphones in your language (one good point) the film presented for children from 6 years old is not suitable both on the substance and the form. We are, child and adult, impatient to leave, the disappointment in the pockets. What lack of initiative, creativity and investment. If this notice has interested you, remember to click on useful vote. Thanks :)
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  • It was just an OK place for what I had expected. The movies for kids are a big heavy. The things around arent much educative or impressive. I expected more. But once a time worth a visit. But 7 euros ...  more »
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  • Quite disappointing: most of the interactive exhibition stations were out of order or didn't work properly, the multimedia-elements consisted of static web pages with some rather poor pictures and there was really very little you can do at all... but watch the half hour movie which was okay but nothing that would make the trip worthwhile. Can't recommend it.
  • i walked here from the tram station but it wasnt open yet at 930 so I just proceed to the Atomium. There is a futsal park in front the planetarium as i remembered
  • The actual exhibition is small but the show was pretty cool
  • Very nice planetarium. On some days there are special events.
  • The Planetarium is a very cool site and they explain that there are planets and such as turning the moon as it revolves the Sun and all that and is very funny of course you have to come all
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