You can visit us from Monday to Saturday, either during the day or in the evening. The starting time is fixed by mutual agreement.
How long does it take?
A full Isotopolis visit lasts up to three hours, including the refreshments break.
Number of participants
Minimum 10, maximum 60.
Isotopolis is accessible to disabled, blind and visually impaired visitors. There is an opportunity to sit down during the guided tour.
Guided tours are available in Dutch, French and English.
Visits are absolutely free and include refreshments during the break.
We can provide you with a free information pack on request.
No eating is allowed in Isotopolis, but we do have a list of a few local eating places, where you can buy snacks, a full meal or eat your own picnic.
Would you like to combine a visit to Isotopolis with something else? Take a look at our list of tips for a combined visit.
How to get here
Isotopolis is easy to get to by bus, car or bicycle, and offers ample parking. If you come by train, the easiest way to get from Mol railway station to Isotopolis is to pre-book either the ‘Belbus’ service of De Lijn (dial-a-ride bus) or a bike at the 'Fietsenatelier' at the station. Have a look at the links.