The Comics Art Museum recognizes the contribution of Belgian comic artists to arts, culture, and society through permanent and temporary exhibits.
Established in 1989, the Museum is located in a former textile department store designed by renowned architect, Victor Horta. The Comics Art Museum pays homage to the history of Belgian comic writers and illustrators while providing context for contemporary comic storytelling. Visitors can tour the Museum on their own or take advantage of guided tours to gain a deeper understanding of the exhibits. Instantly recognizable comics such as Tintin and The Smurfs are showcased, along with lesser-known franchises such as Billy and Buddy, Docteur Poche, and others.
The Museum offers educational programming for children and can be rented for private events.
Plan your next vacation to include a visit to a play-related store, museum, or private collection.