Let’s talk about the complete list of theme parks in Belgium. In Belgium, you can choose from more than ten theme parks. Which one will you visit first? You will later learn how to choose the one that works for you and your family.

Belgian Theme Parks

Theme Parks are everyone’s favorite place to go for fun and adventure without spending big bucks. Whether you go with your husband, special someone, kids, friends, or even grandparents, everybody has a perfect place in a wonderful theme park. Belgium is a very good example of the saying, “Small but terrible!”.

Despite the nation’s tiny size, it has quiet several parks that are considerable bests in Europe. The wide-range of parks in the country from amusement, water, or traditional gives us a bunch of varieties and whole new experience, we can all certainly make good memories from.

Theme Parks in Belgium in alphabetical order:

  1. Aqualibi – It claims to be the most popular water park in Belgium. The park boasts its 29 degrees all year long water activities that include mini-beach, jet, bi-bo, lagoon to name a few. They offer individual day tickets starting from €8.50(child) to €22(adult).
    Address: Boulevard de l’Europe 100, 1300 Wavre
    Opened: July 6, 1987
    Website: www.walibi.com/aqualibi
  2. Aventure Parc – It is an outdoor adventure park that’s great for the whole family and friends. They have flexible offers for different events like birthday parties, bachelor parties, team building, school trips and more. The individual day fee starts at €10(child) to €29(adult).
    Address: Rue Sainte-Anne 152, 1300 Wavre
    Opened: 2004
    Website: www.aventureparc.be
  3. Bellewaerde – One of the first theme parks in Belgium, Bellewaerde was established in 1954 and is located in the West-Vlaanderen countryside. It has so much to offer from rides, animals, shows, and events. An individual day pass for adults costs at €32.
    Address: Meenseweg 497, 8902 Ieper
    Opened: July 3, 1954
    Website: www.bellewaerde.be
  4. Bobbejaanland – It is located in Lichtaart, Belgium. You can enjoy their different attractions, restaurants, shows and events, and shops. It is founded by Bobbejaan Schoepen, a Flemish entertainer who rose to fame in the ’50s and ’60s. Individual day tariff starts at €23.50 when purchased online.
    Address: Olensteenweg 45, 2460 Kasterlee
    Opened: December 31, 1961
    Website: www.bobbejaanland.be
  5. Boudewijn Seapark – This theme park is specialized in dolphins and seals show as they have a sea life center dedicated to them. They also offer carnival rides. The individual day pass starts at €10.
    Address: Alfons de Baeckestraat 12, 8200 Brugge
    Website: www.boudewijnseapark.be
  6. Mini-Europe – It is a miniature theme park located in Brussels just nest to the iconic Atomium. Mini-Europe operates seasonally from March to October. Individual day price starts at €11.80(child) and €15.80(adult).
    Address: 1020 Brussels
    Opened: 1989
    Website: www.minieurope.com
  7. Mont Mosan – It is a smaller park that offers mini-zoo, mini-golf, play park, and attractions. The entrance fee for an individual starts at €9.
    Address: Plaine la Sarte, 4500 Huy
    Website: www.montmosan.be
  8. Oceade – It is a water family-friendly park located in Brussels. It offers a wide range of water activities from slides, pools, saunaland (for adults only), zen, and restaurant. Ouragan is their famous and fastest water slide in Belgium. A day ticket starts at €19.00 per person.
    Address: Avenue du Football 3, 1020 Bruxelles
    Website: www.oceade.be
  9. Parc attractif Reine Fabiola – It is a smaller outdoor park located in Namen. You will enjoy their playground and other outdoor activities with your kids.
    Address: Rond-Point Michel Thonar 1, 5000 Namen
  10. Plopsaland – If your child is looking for Maya or Bumba, then this is the place to go. It is strategically located near the Belgian coastline. They offer to meet and greet with their characters, and so many attractions to choose from. Individual day pass starts at €12.50(child) and €36.599(adult).
    Address: De Pannelaan 68, 8660 De Panne
    Opened: April 29, 2000
    Owner: Plopsa/Studio 100
    Website: www.plopsalanddepanne.be
  11. Plopsa Coo – It is a smaller version of Plopsaland chich offers fun rides and outdoor activities. A day ticket for each person costs €11.99(child) and €26.50(adult).
    Address: Grand Coo 4, 4970 Stavelot
    Website: www.plopsacoo.be
  12. Plopsa Indoor Hasselt – From the title itself, it implies an indoor theme park. Plopsa Indoor offers indoor attractions and rides plus few outdoor playground and climbing activities. As it says, “Whatever the weather, indoor fun guaranteed.” The day ticket per person is €11.50(child) and €21.50(adult).
    Address: Gouverneur Verwilghensingel 70, 3500 Hasselt
    Opened: December 24, 2005
    Website: www.plopsaindoorhasselt.be
  13. The Labyrynth van Barvaux-sur-Ourthe – This is a special outdoor theme park that features its 11-hectare giant maze labyrinth and the labyrinth of doors. They also have a nice outdoor place for eating. The daily entrance fee starts at €10(child) and €14(adult).
    Address: Rue Basse Commène, 6940 Barvaux-sur-Ourthe
    Opened: 1997
    Website: www.lelabyrinthe.be
  14. Walibi Belgium – Like most outdoor amusement parks, Walibi offers many different rides and attractions for the whole family. The daily ticket price is €36.00(child) and €41.00(adult).
    Address: Boulevard de l’Europe 100, 1300 Wavre
    Opened: July 26, 1975
    Phone: 010 42 15 00
    Owner: Compagnie des Alpes
    Website: www.walibi.com
Belgium Theme Parks by Belgian Filipino Lovers

Now that you know the Complete List of Theme Parks in Belgium, have you been to any one of these parks? If not yet, which one would you like to visit first with your family?

Read the next article, “How to select a theme park for you and your family?”.

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