experience Brussels! : an exhibition presented at the Bip, the house of the capital region

Schools and equivalent

Do you want to bring your class or a group of children to the exhibition? Our team offers a range of activities especially designed for children and teenagers.

Some of our activities can be adapted to various age groups. They can also easily be integrated in specific class subjects.

Please see below for more information about each of our activities.

Are you a real "Brusseleir"?

Are you a real “Brusseleir”? is designed for the youngest amongst us. At the beginning of the game the group is divided in smaller groups. Each group is supervised by an adult who will read the instructions and help with orientation within the expo.

Target audience:

  • Kindergarten (ages 5 to 6)
  • Primary school groups (ages 6 to 7)

Specific subjects:

The game is particularly suited to the following subjects:

  • Humanities (Society, citizenship)
  • Artistic development

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Brussels Pursuit

Participants split up into teams of 2-5 players, and work their way through the different rooms. As they seek out the answers to the questions on the cards distributed by the guide, their powers of observation and teamwork will be put to the test.

Target audience:

  • Primary school groups (ages 8 to 12)
  • Language learning groups (levels A1 and A2)

Specific subjects:

The game is particularly suited to the following subjects:

  • Languages (the game is available in French, Dutch and English)
  • Humanities (history, geography, citizenship)

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Quiz

This quiz has been specially designed to help you navigate from room to room without getting overwhelmed by it all. We have also taken particular care to maintain a certain educational format

Target audience:

  • Secondary pupils (13-18)
  • Language learning groups (from Level B1 upwards)

Specific subjects:

The quiz is well-suited to the following subjects:

  • Languages (the questionnaire is available in French, Dutch and English)
  • Humanities (history, geography, social studies)

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