- Admission to Brussels’ Hergé Museum with transport from the city
- Learn all about Belgium’s famous cartoonist Hergé
- See original artwork from many of Hergé's comics, including his most famous, The Adventures of Tintin
- Admire the incredible architecture of the museum itself, set within a lovely green park
- Tour with museum independently with an audio guide
What You Can Expect
When you arrive, you’ll be given an audio guide and are then free to begin your self-guided tour. Explore the museum independently, checking out what interests you!
Walk through the exhibits spread across eight rooms on two floors. First learn about Hergé himself on the first floor, and then head up to the second floor to see the displays of comic art from The Adventures of Tintin, as well as artwork depicting some of Hergé’s other comic characters like Quick and Flupke. Spend some time also admiring the remarkable building itself, designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc to resemble a ship emerging from a sea of trees and crashing into town.
If you get hungry, head to the museum restaurant, Le Petit Vingtième, or if you’d like to pick up a souvenir, browse the gift shop. After two hours at the museum, you’ll be taken back to central Brussels.
The Tintin Museé is lovely...
I think that the conductor of the Van could be more polite.
This tour was amazing!
Language was a problem with the driver. Otherwise recommended
For hardcore Tin Tin fans, this is all you need to see the origin of the characters and real artifacts and sketches of the team behind these wonderful characters..
Tour consisted of transportation to museum and back. The driver was fine. The museum itself is interesting but not really worth the price of the tour. Staff in the gift shop are not very interested in customer satisfaction.
Very nice trip - is commendable. Very nice trip.
But it was not OK to driver konatant throughout the run home, spoke with the passenger behind, took his cell phone out and turned it off every time it rang and showed pictures to the guest.
It's too bad when you are responsible for so many passengers
Convenient way to get out to the Herge museum. Tour company were a little disorganised though as I checked in at the office, and then was handed a phone by the driver later on to speak to the office as I wasn't marked off properly.
We were the only people in the tour group so flexibility was there on how much time we need at the museum. The museum is more about George Remi, creator of Tin Tin. I learnt alot about his enthusiasm in his creation and how seriously he took his creation. Unfortunately, no photographs allowed.