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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 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.

Do you have any further questions ?
For general information or for a changing in your booking, 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 Royals & Trains
From the construction of the first rail line in 1835 to the present day, the Belgian royal family has always had a special relationship with trains and shown unwavering support for expanding the railway network in Belgium and in Europe. The temporary exhibition "Royals & Trains" lets you discover the rich railway heritage of the Belgian royal family through documents and period objects from our archives and those of the Royal Palace. Exceptionally, five royal coaches, most never shown in public, will be unveiled for the first time at Train World. From 20 May to 3 July, the access to the mini-exhibition "Spirou by Emile Bravo. A childhood under the Occupation." is included in your entrance ticket.
10/05/202222/01/2023
B. Guided tours for individuals (FR)
From 10 May 2022 to 22 January 2023, let a guide take you on a tour of Train World and the Royals & Trains exhibition. As an individual visitor, Train World offers you the opportunity to book a guided tour with a professional guide in French on a few weekends each month. The guided tour lasts a maximum of two hours and introduces you to the key points of the temporary exhibition and the highlights of the permanent exhibition at Train World. Depending on the time of the session you attend (11am or 2pm), you will be able to walk around Train World freely, either before 2pm if you have signed up for the afternoon guided tour, or after 1pm if you have signed up for the morning one.
14/05/202215/01/2023
C. Guided tours for individuals (NL)
From 10 May 2022 to 22 January 2023, let a guide take you on a tour of Train World and the Royals & Trains exhibition. As an individual visitor, Train World offers you the opportunity to book a guided tour with a professional guide in Dutch on a few weekends each month. The guided tour lasts a maximum of two hours and introduces you to the key points of the temporary exhibition and the highlights of the permanent exhibition at Train World. Depending on the time of the session you attend (11am or 2pm), you will be able to walk around Train World freely, either before 2pm if you have signed up for the afternoon guided tour, or after 1pm if you have signed up for the morning one.
14/05/202215/01/2023
D. A literary journey at Train World (FR)
Get out of the daily grind and escape! During the Royals & Trains exhibition (10.05.22 - 22.01.23) take a literary trip to Train World. Lovers of literature have something to celebrate with our literary tour through the museum. This animation was developed in collaboration with Amusea. 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. The walks are interpreted by professional actors in french, with Manu De Wit or Bruno Georis.
22/05/202222/01/2023
G. Lectures Royals & Trains
During the Royals & Trains exhibition, Train World has scheduled a series of talks covering a wide range of topics related to the world of railways and royalty. Our talks are based on a simple recipe: we let experts tell fascinating stories about railways (but not only) in a way that is accessible to everyone. * 25/06/22 at 11 am (NL) & 1.30 pm (FR) : Leopold I and the train * 03/09/22 at 13:30 (only in NL) : The use of the royal train after 1945 * 24/09/22 at 11 am (NL) & 1.30 pm (FR) : Majesty, here are your trains! * 15/10/22 at 13:30 (only in FR) : The last hours of Napoleon III * 05/11/22 at 11 am (NL) & 1.30 pm (FR) : The stations of the royal domain of Laeken * 10/12/22 at 11 am (NL) & 1.30 pm (FR) : Weddings and funerals on railway tracks * 14/01/23 at 11 am (NL) & 1.30 pm (FR) : The train and the development of state visits More info: www.trainworld.be/Informations pratiques/Conferences (FR) of www.trainworld.be/Praktische informatie/Lezingen in Train World (NL)
25/06/202214/01/2023
H. Guided tours for individuals (EN)
From 10 May 2022 to 22 January 2023, let a guide take you on a tour of Train World and the Royals & Trains exhibition. As an individual visitor, Train World offers you the opportunity to book a guided tour with a professional guide in English during the summer holidays. The guided tour lasts a maximum of two hours and introduces you to the key points of the temporary exhibition and the highlights of the permanent exhibition at Train World. Depending on the time of the session you attend (11am or 2pm), you will be able to walk around Train World freely, either before 2pm if you have signed up for the afternoon guided tour, or after 1pm if you have signed up for the morning one.
09/07/202228/08/2022
I. A literary journey at Train World (NL)
Get out of the daily grind and escape! During the Royals & Trains exhibition, (10.05.2022 – 22.01.2023) take a literary trip to Train World. Lovers of literature have something to celebrate with our literary tour through the museum. This animation was developed in collaboration with Amusea. 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. The walks are interpreted in dutch by professional actors with Michaël Pas or Koen Van Impe.
17/07/202222/01/2023

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