Living Tomorrow is the Walhalla for home automation. Here you can literally have a look into the future.
It was created by architects Frank Belien and Peter Bongers in 1991 and is actually a platform used by several companies to show their products. Over the years Living Tomorrow became a big success. They have around 150.000 visitors a year and it’s the place to organise B2B events. Their visitors come from everywhere around the globe and they even get VIPs like Bill Gates to visit.
If you want to visit Living Tomorrow in Brussels on your own, first check the website as it is not always open to the public. One ticket for an adult costs €19 ($21) which is quite a fair price for the things you can see and even touch.