This weekend we were so excited to have two very special people come and visit us in Brussels. My Mum (who you might remember has been over a few times already) and my wonderful Niece Ella, who was coming for the very first time (and last as we’ll be off again in a few weeks).
On the Sunday we took them to see the Atomium. If you want to see what the view is like from the top, or what is in the rest of those giant silver balls, you can read about my first visit here, but today I want to share some pictures from the Orange Dreams exhibition that is being held there.
Inspired by the Plasticarium Museum that will be opening at the Atomium in December. Orange Dreams is all about design from the 1960’s to the early 1970’s. And yes as you can guess from the name, it’s all orange and it’s all plastic.
This was a fun exhibition to walk round and my Mum remembered a few of the items on display from when she was young (because she’s REALLY old now :-)) so if you haven’t been up the Atomium yet, I’d definitely say now is the time to go.
Orange Dreams will be on display until the 25th of May.
*If you’re reading this via email, you’ll need to click through to see the ornageness in all its glory!