The Comic strip Museum
The Comics Art Museum is located in the heart of Brussels and was created by Victor Hugo in 1989.
Since then this impressive museum with 4.200 m² is one of the attractions in Brussels and has been receiving more than 200.000 visitors every year.
In a majestic Art Nouveau building, the Comic Art Museum houses permanent and temporary exhibitions as the:
The Art of Comic Strip
The Invention of Comic Strip
Horta and the Waucquez Warehouse
The Hergé Area
The Peyo Exhibition
Pieter De Poortere Auditorium
These expositions take its visitants on a journey in enormous strides through the history of the world and its civilizations, explores comic trips in all its forms, features a highly realistic 3D Smurf village, explores the stories of different well know comic characters as Tintin, Dickie and many more.