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Brussels Atomium Entry Ticket with Free Design Museum Ticket

Activity provider: ATOMIUM

Brussels Atomium Entry Ticket with Free Design Museum Ticket

Activity provider: ATOMIUM
Likely to sell out Booked 32 times yesterday

From £13.49 per person

Likely to sell out Booked 32 times yesterday

Visit this icon of Brussels and Belgium and a creation that’s unique in the history of architecture. The emblematic vestige of the World’s Fair in Brussels in 1958, the Atomium is the most popular attraction in Europe's capital city.

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  • Take in 360-degree panoramic views over Brussels
  • See the permanent exhibition about the history of this unique monument
  • Visit the two temporary exhibitions: ID#2021 - Symbol and View from My Window
Full description

Discover stunning panoramic views of Brussels and explore exhibitions about Belgium and digital art with this entry ticket to the Atomium. Take a walk through design works from the 20th and 21st centuries with a ticket to the Design Museum.

Enter the iconic Atomium which symbolizes an iron crystal, magnified 165 billion times. Step into this relic of the past which was created for the 1958 World Fair. Marvel at 360-degree panoramic views of the 19 municipalities of Brussels.

Stroll through the permanent Atomium exhibition which tells the history of this pavilion. Visit two temporary exhibitions, including 'ID#2021', an immersive sound and light show and 'View from My Window' which tells the a Belgian success story through a multimedia display.

Have the option to purchase Belgian specialties or seasonal dishes at the Atomium Restaurant which offers exceptional views from 95 meters above ground.

Visit the Design Museum Brussels to learn about Belgian design and its history. Make your way through permanent and temporary exhibits and see the Plastics Design Collection of around 2000 plastic objects.

  • Admission to the Atomium (including the temporary exhibition and the permanent exhibition)
  • Entry ticket to Design Museum Brussels (an 8-minute walk from the Atomium)
  • Smartphone game
  • Meals and drinks
  • Guided tour
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

Please proceed to the ticketing pavilion at the Atomium.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Headphones
  • Charged Smartphone

Know before you go

  • The time slot is an indication and not a guarantee because waiting lines are common during peak hours
  • Apart from the upper sphere, which is accessible by lift, the rest of the Atomium is not easy to access for people with restricted mobility, and unfortunately it is not suitable for wheelchairs
  • There are 80 steps to walk up and 167 steps to walk down, and it is impossible to avoid this
  • You are advised to visit when the attraction opens and to avoid peak time (between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM) when there is a large influx of visitors
  • After 3:30 PM the flow of visitors tends to reduce
  • During the holiday periods, the attraction can be very crowded which can cause longer waiting times
  • You are invited to check the activity provider's Facebook and Google pages which shows the number of visitors in real time
  • Due to COVID, your admission time may be somewhat delayed due to slower lines for the elevator
Customer reviews

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based on 2759 reviews

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Great public transport to get to the Atomium. It was an amazing sight as you saw it for the first time. I had booked tickets online so was a short wait for lift to top floor. The view is incredible. Unfortunately the restaurant on the top floor was closed and would have been amazing to sit and look at the view. The exhibitions was educational and very well explained in several languages. A must see visit if you are in the vicinity. I would definitely return.

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1 August 2022

A real discovery for the Atomium, a great revival for this moment! I really liked the different atmospheres in the balls. The visit to the Design Museum was interesting because it borrowed from nostalgia, the subject of the exhibition being the 70s and the introduction of plastic in decoration and accessibility to as many people as possible with an opening on eco-responsibility.

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18 July 2022

It was a fantastic experience. We walked right in and waited in a short line to take the elevator up to the top (level 7). Then we were brought back down and took the escalator up through the various other exhibits. The kids loved the strobe light tunnels and rooms. I will say the lights made me a little dizzy and may not be good for those with light sensitivities or those prone to seizures. After the tour take a walk through the beautiful park.

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15 July 2022

Product ID: 71219