Dinosaurs and bouncy castles take over Brussels' Place Rogier

Dinosaurs and bouncy castles take over Brussels' Place Rogier
People tackle The Monster, a 300 metre long inflatable obstacle course for adults. Credit: Bouncy Games

The Bouncy Games, an inflatable obstacle course with a bouncy castle, as well as the immersive Dinos Alive exhibition, have been set up on Place Rogier in Brussels, where they will remain for a few weeks during the summer holidays.

Since Monday 8 August, people young and old are welcome to jump, bounce and avoid obstacles on the 3,000 m2 bouncy space occupied by Bouncy Games.

From 15 August, some 80 live-sized, animated dinosaurs and life-size replicas of these prehistoric animals — from famous species such as the T-Rex and Velociraptor to lesser-known species such as the Stegosaurus and Suchomimus —will live under the "pyramid" on the renewed Place Rogier.

These are the first events proposed by the creative team of Exhibition Hub at the initiative of the municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode.

"We have great ambitions for the Place Rogier, as these first two events show. In the long term, we envisage a permanent occupation of the site by qualitative events and large-scale exhibitions," the municipality's mayor Emir Kir said.

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The Bouncy Games will be open from Monday to Sunday, between 10:00 and 18:00. Tickets cost €8 (or more; depending on age and time), and will provide you with 30 minutes to an hour of pure fun! Book your spot here.

Meanwhile, the immersive exhibition, called Dinos Alive, is also open daily from 10:00 to 18:00. It is open to everyone from four years old. Tickets cost €10 for a child and €14,50 for adults (family tickets available). Buy yours here.


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