- Mural art/ cartoons
- Museum & discovery
The Hergé Museum, dedicated to Georges Remi, who created Tintin, is an absolute must stop for comic book lovers.
The museum is located in Louvain-la-Neuve, province of Walloon Brabant, a mere 30 minutes from Brussels.
More than 80 original plates, and 800 photographs, documents and objects have been brought together in this temple of comic books. The building itself was designed and built by the French architect Christian de Portzamparc.
Your visit to the Hergé Museum
The visitors route will take you through 3 levels, starting with the top one. There are 8 exhibition rooms to discover, retracing the artist's life and work. The collections feature original pieces changed every 4 months to keep some variety, personal objects, models, movies and visual experiences.
This museum is a dynamic space, organising temporary exhibitions and events themed around Hergé and comic books.
Entry is free the first Sunday of the month.
Groups of 15+ are welcome but prebooking is required, 4 days in advance min.
Free audio guides in either Dutch, English, French, German or Spanish are available.
You can relax at the café restaurant Le Petit Vingtième after your visit.
PRM: the site is wheel chair friendly
Shuttle buses can be arranged between Brussels and the museum.
Tuesdays to Fridays 10.30 am to 5.30 pm
Saturdays and Sundays 10 am to 6 pm
Closed on Mondays, December 25 and January 01
- Indoor catering
- Visitor guide for groups
- Guide available/groups
- Audioguide/mobile app/tablet
- Wheelchair/disabled access
- Air conditioning
- Training materials on request
- Common bathroom