- The Bruparck is a multiplex amusement park located on the Heysel plateau near the Atomium. Built in 1987-1988, the park consists of four main sections. Mini-Europe features miniature reproductions of major European landmarks. Océade is a water park. Kinepolis is a theater complex that houses 24 cinemas with a total of 4,500 seats. Le village (The Village) features a mock rendition of Old Brussels. It constitutes a carryover from an exhibit at the Brussels World's Fair of 1958 and includes restaurants, shops, and demonstrations of traditional crafts and trades.
Historical Dictionary of Brussels. Paul F. State.