The Comics Art Museum will reopen on Thursday 10 December.
Welcome to the Belgian Comic Strip Center!
As soon as it reopens, the Comic Strip Museum will be happy to welcome you with two important temporary exhibitions: "Juanjo Guarnido, The Workshop Secrets of a Maestro" and "Midam, The Journey of a Kid from Brussels"!
Consult the new conditions for visiting the museum HERE.
The visit of the museum respects the health measures and the protection of its visitors to take you on a journey in the world of European Comic Strip. Two temporary exhibitions about the universes of two contemporary authors can also be visited.
The first one presents a retrospective of the work of a major author, the talented Juanjo Guarnido, who drew Blacksad and Les Indes fourbes, while the other exhibition explores the mischievous world of Pico Bogue, the endearing hero of a family series created by Alexis Dormal and Dominique Roques. Numerous original drawings and unpublished documents are gathered together to allow you to have a good time and to delight all fans and enthusiasts of the Ninth Art! The duration of the visit is estimated at about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The entire staff of the Comic Strip Museum is looking forward to seeing you again.
The Belgian Comic Strip Center
An accomplished attraction located in the heart of Brussels, the Comics Art Museum has been honouring the creators and heroes of the 9th Art for 30 years.
The regularly renewed permanent exhibitions and a diversified programme of temporary exhibitions enable visitors to discover the countless aspects of comics art. Tintin and the Smurfs lead the way towards further adventures, an encounter with a world where creativity has no limits.
Enhanced by an exceptional Art Nouveau home designed by Victor Horta, the Comics Art Museum is just as much a tribute to the pioneers as a glimpse of contemporary comics art.
Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.