Railway Brick Museum
Lego trains :-)

The first Museum in Belgium with LEGO® Bricks (and the 5th in Europa) is situated in the old artisanal bakery in Leut. The museum is based on the history of more than 50 years of LEGO® trains, which explains the name: Railway Brick Museum. However, this doesn’t mean that you will only see trains there. The first part consists of all the generations of LEGO® trains incorporated in beautiful lay-outs, which include a city around the train from that same period.


In the second part of the museum, LEGO® lay-outs have been created in various themes, from Harry Potter to a winter wonderland, or from an amusement park to the Wild West, …. The common thread is functioning trains in a specific theme. The trains can then be turned on by the visitors themselves.


The third and final part of the museum will always change.

Open to public: Weekends seasonal
Location: Belgium
Langauge: Dutch
Address: Sint Pietersstraat 87 3630 Maasmechelen, be

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