Place de l'Atomium

B-1020 Brussels



>>> The Atomium is located in the Northern part of the city of Brussels, a 5 minute walk from the Heysel / Heizel metro station (line 6) and right opposite Mini-Europe.


GPS coordinates : N 50°53'41,47" - E 4°20'29,48"


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Coming by bus

Tourist line direct from the City centre to the Atomium



Do you want to see the capital’s most beautiful areas, from North to South and from East to West without worrying about getting lost? Nothing could be simpler than the City Sightseeing Brussels / Open-Tours tourist buses. Hop on and hop off wherever you want and explore a particular district in your own time before getting back on the bus to get to your next destination


Discounts at the Atomium on presentation of an City Sightseeing Brussels / Open-Tours ticket.


>>> info & prices :



Coming by trainB-Excursion Atomium & Mini-Europe

(train - metro - entrance)



A B-Excursion combines the train, last leg of the journey (metro) as well an  entrance to the Atomium and Mini-Europe. Doubly advantageous and practical!


Show your ticket at the cash desk and you will receive an entrance ticket to visit the Atomium.

The B-Excursion option is available from any station in Belgium.

>>> info & prices : SNCB


Coming by metro



From the De Brouckère metro station (near the Bourse and the Grand Place):
> take line 1, heading to the Gare de l'Ouest / Weststation
> get off at Beekkant
> change line at Beekkant
> take line 6, heading to Roi Baudouin / Koning Boudewijn
> get off at Heysel / Heizel
Approximate journey time: 15 minutes.
 From the Gare du Midi (Brussels South train station):
> take line 6, heading to Roi Baudouin / Koning Boudewijn
> get off at Heysel / Heizel
 Approximate journey time: 15 minutes.


>>> info & prices : STIB



Coming by car


There are a number of car parks near the Atomium.

However, these car parks are not patrolled. We therefore recommend that visitors take basic precautionary measures when parking their cars, making sure that they are locked and that there are no tempting items visible.


Since January 1st, 2018 the Brussels-Capital Region has become a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). If you are entering the city in a car or van, check here to find out whether you are allowed to drive your vehicle within the LEZ. If you do not meet the conditions, we would remind you that there are park-and-ride car parks on the access routes leading into Brussels as well as alternatives to the car.
Thank you for taking part in the regional effort aimed at improved air quality!

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