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In order to guarantee everyone's security, we sell our tickets online according to fixed time slots. Please respect the chosen schedule. Bring your face mask. Wearing a face mask is compulsory for people aged >12. 
At the entrance, tickets will be checked, while respecting the rules of social distancing. 

How to book your ticket?
Select the activity you want to book from the list below. Select the date and time slot for your visit. Specify the number of tickets per rate, click on "Add to shopping cart" and continue with the booking. Once we have received your payment, you will receive your tickets by email.
You can present these on your phone or print them out in A4 format.
If you have booked a reduced rate, remember to bring the supporting document / appropriate card with you. Holders of a Museum Pass or a Brussels Card must present themself at the ticket desk in order to register their visit.
We advise you to plan at least 2 hours of visit. The entrance doors of Train World close at 15:30. Rooms are cleared 30' before museum closing time.

Purchase conditions
Tickets are non-refundable.
However, you may request an exchange by contacting our Bookings department via
reservations@trainworld.be or +32 (0)2 224 75 88 during opening hours, from Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 16:00.

Do you have any further questions ?
For general information relating to your visit, you can send us an email at info@trainworld.be or call +32 (0) 2 224 74 37, during opening hours, from Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 16:00. 
Do you still have questions? Just have a look to the FAQ.
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A. Tickets Train World & Expo China
Travel from Train World to Beijing and experience an incredible Belgian adventure in China. This expo will take you through the impressive history of the construction of the Beijing-Hankou line at the beginning of the 20th century, as well as the current and future development of Chinese railways. You will also explore the Chinese railway universe through original four-handed drawings by artists Li Kunwu and François Schuiten. Throughout your visit, fascinating stories will transport you to this era and make you relive this epic.
07/05/202110/10/2021
B. Expo Royal Salon Bruxelles-Central station
The artist Myriam Louyest invites you from July 23 to September 19, 2021 for a "Journey to the Edge of the World", an imaginary journey through the fabulous Salon Royal at Brussels Central Station. The exhibition is specially designed for this special space. She establishes a close relationship between the spirit of the place and the sculptures. The living room is like a bubble of tranquility in the bustle of the station, a jewel of the preciousness of another time. It is a world on the fringe of ours, while being part of it. Myriam Louyest is a French-speaking Belgian artist using different mediums with a pronounced taste for glass. Her practice is most often deployed in monographic exhibitions where she designs a project in close connection with the heritage place she invests.
23/07/202119/09/2021
C. Lecture 1913-2019
Relive the experience of a traveler during the trip from Beijing to Hankou in 1913. Philip Van Haelemeersch will draw a parallel between this trip and the one he undertook in 2019, with many illustrations from the period and today. Lecture only in Dutch and French.
25/09/202125/09/2021
D. Tickets Train World & Expo Orient-Express
From 26 October 2021 until 17 April 2022, Train World will host an exceptional exhibition dedicated to the epic story of the Orient-Express and its Belgian creator, Georges Nagelmackers. For the occasion, mythical Orient-Express carriages will be exhibited in Train World, the Belgian railway company museum in Brussels. This major exhibition of the Europalia Trains & Tracks festival, will also present decorative works of art and unique documents retracing the adventure of the Orient-Express and the Wagons-Lits company. The exhibition will also evoke the imaginations awakened by this legendary train and the dreams it generated, from the most famous like Agatha Christie to the most tenuous, while paying tribute to the craftsmen who helped build its legend. An exceptional exhibition not to be missed!
26/10/202117/04/2022
E. Individual guided tours (in french)
Do you want to let yourself be carried away by a a French or Dutch-speaking guide during your individual visit to Train World? You have the opportunity to realise it during the "Orient Express" exhibition (10/26/2021 - 04/17/2022). A guided tour lasts a maximum of two hours and offers explanations of the highlights of the exhibition and the collections of the museum. At the end of the visit, you can still travel around Train World without a guide (if your guided tour ends at least one hour before the museum closes).
30/10/202110/04/2022
F. Individual guided tours (in dutch)
Do you want to let yourself be carried away by a a French or Dutch-speaking guide during your individual visit to Train World? You have the opportunity to realise it during the "Orient Express" exhibition (10/26/2021 - 04/17/2022). A guided tour lasts a maximum of two hours and offers explanations of the highlights of the exhibition and the collections of the museum. At the end of the visit, you can still travel around Train World without a guide (if your guided tour ends at least one hour before the museum closes).
30/10/202110/04/2022
G. Literary tour (in french)
Get out of the daily grind and escape! During the "Orient Express" exhibition, (10/26/2021 - 04/17/2022) take a literary trip to Train World. Lovers of literature have something to celebrate with our literary tour through the museum. Set off with Victor Hugo, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Emile Verhaeren and many other great writers on a journey through time, literature and the imagination of poets. This animation was developed in collaboration with Amusea (www.amusea.com). The walks are interpreted by professional actors. There will be sessions in French, with Manu De Wit or Bruno Georis, and in Dutch, with Michaël Pas or Koen Van Impe.
20/11/202117/04/2022
H. Literary tour (in dutch)
Get out of the daily grind and escape! During the "Orient Express" exhibition, (10/26/2021 - 04/17/2022) take a literary trip to Train World. Lovers of literature have something to celebrate with our literary tour through the museum. Set off with Victor Hugo, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Emile Verhaeren and many other great writers on a journey through time, literature and the imagination of poets. This animation was developed in collaboration with Amusea (www.amusea.com). The walks are interpreted by professional actors. There will be sessions in French, with Manu De Wit or Bruno Georis, and in Dutch, with Michaël Pas or Koen Van Impe.
20/11/202117/04/2022

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