Four months of Lego at Train World
The toy giant Lego has arrived at Train World, the railway museum at Schaerbeek station. This temporary exhibition offers a fresh look at the development of the train world, in a venue that puts the spotlight on its past and its future with a decor created especially for the event.
After joining the world of Tintin in 2016, the Train World museum is now welcoming Lego into its exhibition space. The Danish giant has certainly managed to ride the tide of electric trains and scale models. With 400,000 visitors in three years, the museum is counting on this partnership to attract even more people. So the permanent exhibition will include unique Lego models of locomotives. Children (and even adults) can also enjoy games tables filled with the famous colourful little bricks on Wednesdays, weekends and school holidays.
Families will also be able to solve the Lego puzzle at Train World and try to win boxes of Lego. What's more, SNCB has given one of its trains a brand new coat of paint in the colours of the event. This train will travel throughout the Belgian network from early October.
Visitors wanting to see all this should come to Schaerbeek station before 31 January 2019 - by train, of course!
Given the success, the LEGO experience in Train World is extended until 31 March 2019.