The exhibition will be open until 3 September.
Children under 3 years old can enter for free in the exhibition. We nevertheless wish to inform you that the dinosaurs and the sounds they are making could frighten them.
Yes, children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult (18 years old or +)
There is a limit of 2 adults per family pass. Ideal combinations for the family pass are: 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children.
There is a limit of 2 adults per family pass. Ideal combinations for the family pass are: 2 adults and 4 children or 1 adult and 5 children.
The maximum number of tickets you can order online is 14. Starting from 15 tickets, the attending party is considered a group and the official form on the website has to be completed.
For online purchases we accept credit cards, debit cards and money transfer. Payment at the box office can be done with credit cards, debit cards or cash.
The supplementary €1 is the additional service fee charged for online ticket purchases.
Yes, this is possible.
Tickets are also on sale via Fnac ( in Fnac stores and online) .
Yes, these are available in all Belgian train stations
To make sure every visitor can enjoy the exhibition comfortably, it is neccesary to select a specific day and time slot when ordering.
For all ticketing related questions, please contact Ticketmaster: 070 222 107
On average a visit to the exhibition takes around 60 minutes.
Yes, the exhibition, venue and the surrounding area are all accessible for wheelchairs and buggies.
There are one wheelchairs you can borrow for free at the box office. Your ID will be required as a deposit.
The car park closest to the venue is Parking T. Parking costs €6 per parking spot.
backpacks , large bags , umbrellas etc. are not allowed in the exhibition. If you bring , you will be asked to put them in a locker. The lockerswork with a € 1 coin (not returned ) .
There will be catering zone at the end of the exhibition.
The audioguide is included in the ticket price.
Audioguides will be available in Dutch and French. A printed handout is available in English.
At the end of the exhibition there is a shop where merchandising is sold.
No, the shop is only accessible to visitors of the exhibition .
For any questions related to the marchandising, you can get in touch with the shop via the following address : email@example.com
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Pets are not allowed in the exhibition. This is why we kindly ask you to leave them at home. Assistance dogs are of course allowed.
Still photography is permitted. To ensure a positive viewing experience for all visitors, please refrain from using selfie-sticks and others that may obstruct walkways.
Lost items are collected at the shop. If you lost something, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of what you have lost, where and when. If we find your lost items, we will get in touch with you .
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