- Museum of cacao and chocolate – “Very tiny so-called museum, what a great word for more a chocolate demo for tourist that pay €6 to learn a bit about chocolate, to watch a chocolate maker doing it and that’s all. Not really interesting.” “You could prepare the whole exposition by printing online stuff at home. The only added value the museum provides is a praliné degustation, so if you want to pay €6 for a praliné chocolate (less than €2 at shops) “
- Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History – free
- Aviation Museum – free
- Museum of Natural Sciences – €7 x 5 = €35
- Jardin du Petit Sablon – Pleasant, albeit small, garden just across the road from the Notre Dame du Salon.
- Musee David et Alice van Buuren – Art Deco architecture and design museum. Entrance is €10 (free for children under 12). Open in the afternoon for a few hours.
- Mini-Europe – Free on the Brussels Card or you can get a joint ticket with Atomium. Alone cost €14.5 per ticket. Do not forget to ask for a free guidebook. Go via the Metro line 6 exit from Heysel station. Tickets very easy to obtain from the ticket machine. A good afternoon outside visit for a nice weather.