The “Growing wings” exhibition

Six chapters to help children grow up and fly with their own wings:
The Great Hall, friendship, all creative, my secret gardens, cultures, my superpowers!

The workshops

DIY, construction, cooking, storytelling and theatre.
On-site registration
Several sessions in the afternoon for everyone.

We advise you to arrive well before the doors open to take advantage of all the activities!


School opening times

Wednesdays, Saturdays
and Sundays : 2.30pm to 5pm

School holidays – Public holidays

Monday to Sunday, 2.30pm to 5pm
See the home page for more information.


One admission ticket gives access to the exhibition and activities in the Museum

Standard rate

1 to 4 people: €11 per ticket
5 to 7 people: €9.5 per ticket
8 to 10 people: €9 per ticket
More than 10 people? Please contact the secretariat (02/640.01.07 –

Free admission for children under the age of 3
Please note: pushchairs are not allowed in the Museum: remember to bring your baby carrier.


Ixellois.e: €8 – on presentation of proof.
Teachers: €8 – on presentation of the Teacher’s Card.

Article 27, Sodexo Culture Pass

Le Musée des Enfants asbl
Rue du Bourgmestre 15
1050 Ixelles

Tel. 02/640.01.07 (Monday-Friday I 9am-12.30pm)

Please note : 

-No reservation needed and enrolment to the workshops upon arrival only
-During winter or in case of bad weather, we suggest you to arrive on time, the number of visitors being limited to 250
-Electronic payments : Bancontact (only belgian cards!)

Reservations are possible only for groups, schools and special events.

For safety reasons we ask you to leave your strollers, buggies, baby carriages, big bags… in your car or at home.

Download the map of the museum…

The Children’s Museum is easily reachable with public transportations:

From Etterbeek station
10 minutes walk

From North Station
tram 25 direction Boondael Station – stop Buyl or Roffian

From Central Station
bus 71 direction Delta – stop Geo Bernier

The Children’s Museum has a bus parking space available in front of the Museum but does not have a parking lot. There is free parking available on streets surrounding the Children’s Museum.


The Jadot Park

The Museum is housed in the Park Jadot. This park offers the opportunity to play in a secure play yard and to enjoy a family pick-nick before or after a visit to the Museum.

The cafetaria

Drinks and snacks are available for purchase at the Children’s Museum (> 3pm)
Our terrasse is also open when weather permits.

People with reduced mobility

Wheelchairs and strollers can reach every area in the Children’s Museum.

Small children

The Museum has an elevator, a baby changing table and a bottle heater for babies.

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