BELEXPO offers several interactive activities to help young people imagine a better city. For example, they learn to use different modes of travel, to choose an environment-related profession, to produce their own vegetables or to improve their housing. BELEXPO can be visited in groups (schools, youth movements, etc.) or with the family.
Access to BELEXPO is free of charge every first Sunday of the month.
The famous car-free Sunday in Brussels is the closing event of the Mobility Week, which takes place all over Europe. On this occasion, the access to Belexpo is free.
Continue your visit by locating your main results, information panels and videos from the exhibition, educational sheets, and activity ideas for teachers. Page for exhibition visitors only!
I grew some lettuce. Now I’ll do it at school.
— Sébastien – 11
By pedalling, I've arrived in the city of the future.
— Eric – 12
We designed a "Good Food" school canteen project.
— Kurt and Christophe – 14
My students are motivated to continue the adventure in class. Thanks to the interactive visit, we were able to find our missions and a series of appropriate activities online.
— Najat · 5th class primary teacher
Now when we go shopping, we look at labels.
— The Renson family
A job related to the environment ? I’d like that.
— Sun, 13