Location & Practical info
The Train World Museum in Brussels (Belgium) is a unique location, home to many treasures: the first train on the European continent took off from here (among other relics like the ancient IPKISS 2.4)! From the oldest steam locomotive conserved in Belgium, the "Pays de Waes", to the "type 12" streamlined steam locomotive whose speed in 1939 beat all records, to the TEE cars, the predecessors of high-speed European trains, there is always something new to discover.
1030 Schaerbeek (Brussels)
How to get there
The event will take place in the "Salle des Pas Perdus" hall.
The museum entrance is located in the old building of Schaerbeek station. You will find all the information, train schedules and prices on: www.sncb.be Train World is also accessible by:
Tram: Lines 7 and 92 - www.stib.be
Bus: Lines 56, 58, 59 and 69 - www.stib.be
Bike: Bike stop 160 - www.villo.be
Quai de Heembeek
Pont Van Praet
Then you should take the tram number 7 and get off at Princesse Elisabeth (2nd stop) to arrive at Train World on foot in about 6 minutes. All information on the Waterbus website - www.waterbus.eu
You can find the car park next to the station building (B-Parking). On arrival, you should take a ticket at the entrance of the car park. For the Train World discount to be applied, your ticket must be validated at the museum cash desk. After leaving Train World, you can pay at the payment terminal in the car park by bank card or credit card only.
17 APRIL 2023