San Jose ten knotsThe Pyramid Hall under Rogerplein will soon become home to two new attractions: the 3,000 square meter bouncy castle cycle and the Dino Gallery where more than 80 moving specimens can be seen.
Dinos Alive is organized by SME Brussels Exhibition Center. He also organized Van Gogh and Klimt exhibitions in the capital. During Dinos Alive, visitors can spot 80 animatronic dinosaurs in an area of 2,000 square metres. The exhibition has already been visited by more than 200,000 people from all over the world. Doors open on August 15th.
In addition, a real bouncy games opened on Monday, August 6 in the space below Rugerplein. In addition to 3,000 square meters of jumping fun, children’s entertainment, food trucks and a terrace are provided. “At the Exhibition Centre, we strive to deliver events that are accessible to as many people as possible – whether they are Brussels residents, tourists or day trip goers – and that can bring all generations together,” explains Mario Iacampo, CEO of the Exhibition Centre. “We want to combine the fun with the fun of discovering and absorbing culture in great locations in the capital. Rogerplein is perfect for this new challenge.”
Amir Ketter (PS), Mayor of Sint-Joost-Ten-Node, promises to organize more events at Rogierplein in the future. “We have big plans for the square, as evidenced by these first two events. Our long-term vision is to continue occupying the site with high-quality events, large-scale exhibitions, recreational activities, and much more. With preferential rates for local residents or free entry for youth associations.”
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