Comics Art Museum

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The Comics Art Museum, an accomplished attraction located in the heart of Brussels!

In an exceptional Art Nouveau building designed by Victor Horta, the Smurfs lead the way to all comic strip secrets, through permanent and temporary exhibitions covering the works from the pioneers to the most recent trends of the 9th art.
  • Close to Central Station • Public Transport : bus, tram and metro (Rogier, Botanique).
    • Paying Public Car Parkings.
  • 2,6 Rogier - Botanique
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  • Opening times

    09/09/2023 - 24/08/2024: * monday: closed * tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: from 10:00 to 17:00

  • Price

    Enfants: 6,00 € - Pass musées: 0,00 € - Jeunes: 10,00 € - Normal: 13,00 € - Seniors: 10,00 € - Article 27: 1,25 €

The second floor of our Comics Art Museum brings the old Waucquez warehouse back to life. From 8 September 2023, this floor will host an exhibition celebrating 77 years of publishing house Le Lombard, in a brand new setting. Designed as a large furniture showroom, the exhibition presents 77 years of family comics. You will discover the origins of Le Lombard, its mythology, its pioneers, its poster boys, its frontiersmen and mavericks. Room by room you will discover the extraordinary richness of a catalogue first built around the legendary magazine Tintin and the graphic style so dear to Hergé, and then reinvented as society and the publishing world evolved. The exhibition offers a playful and inventive look, with never-before-seen documents, images, archives, projections and beautiful originals hidden in fake furniture. Curator: Thierry Bellefroid With the support of the Brussels Capital Region, the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and the National Lottery and its players

  • Opening times

    10/06/2024 - 08/09/2024: * monday: closed * tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: from 10:00 to 18:00

Jazz and comic books have a special connection. Several comic books took inspiration from the music in terms of atmosphere, history and iconic artists. This summer, the Comic Art Museum collaborates with the Maison du Jazz in Liege and together we present an exhibition celebrating jazz and comic art. The exhibition puts forward the Belgian creative output and the variety of styles, showing the strength and dynamism of the theme. Over the years, comic artists have written powerful stories and graphic scores in which the power of line or colour determines the rhythm and tempo. The works on display, including one by Louis Joos - renowned master of black and white - are an opportunity to rediscover these two worlds and enjoy their most beautiful melodies!

  • Price

    Normal: 15,00 € - Enfants: 10,00 €

Depuis 30 ans, le Parcours BD met à l’honneur sur ses murs bruxellois des personnages et des auteurs incontournables de la bande dessinée. Plongez-vous dans l'histoire passionnante des fresques, leur création, les univers et auteur·rices qu'elles représentent et l'émotion qu'elles créent dans le centre de Bruxelles.