The Hergé Museum in Louvain-la-Neuve invites you on a journey through the life of one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century, offering a comprehensive perspective via thousands of sources from and related to the work of Hergé.
More than 80 original plates, and 800 photographs, documents and objects have been brought together under one roof. The building itself was designed and built within the picturesque green setting of Walloon Brabant, by the architect Christian de Portzamparc: a little like a Grail hidden within a sacred grove!
Hergé was not only Tintin. Graphic designer, caricaturist, cartoonist, illustrator, storyteller – he was a multi-talented artist who was a perfect reflection of the twentieth century.
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Every day except Mondays, 1st January and 25 December.
From Tuesday to Friday : 10.30 am to 5.30 pm
Saturday and Sunday : 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Individuals, permanent and temporary exhibition :
- • Full price9,50 €
- • Large families, students, seniors (over 60)7,00 €
- • Children from 7 to 14 years old5,00 €
Groups, permanent and temporary exhibition :
(uniquement sur réservation 4 jours à l'avance)
- • Adult groups (minimum 15 people), per adult7,00 €
- • School groups (minimum 15 children), per child5,00 €
Only temporary exhibition
- • EN, FR, NL, DE and ESFree
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CPS coordinates for the Museum :
50° 40' 16.42"N - 4° 36' 45.28" E - Altitude 119m
Enter Boulevard du Nord (the former street nae) rather than Rue du Labrador, as the latter reference ahs not yet been incorporated into all GPS networks.
Parking : click here.
Shuttle bus from Brussels
Visiting the Hergé Museum is easy! A shuttle bus can pick you up directly from your Brussels hotel (please confirm that your hotel participates in the shuttle service) or from the City Tours Brussels office. For more informations, click here.
Schedules on the SNCB web site (choose destination Louvain-la-Neuve).
Rue du Labrador, 26 - B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
Tél : +32 10 488 421
May 4, 2014
Next May 4, 2014, entrance is free to the Hergé Museum! The Museum is part of the "Free first Sunday of the month" promotion organised by the Arts & Publics association.
Every issue of ADMH magazine is available on the Amis du Musée Hergé pages on the Hergé Museum website.
To celebrate the occasion of the Brussels Comic Strip Festival, a "Tintin Magazine" convoy of classic cars and motorbikes is being organised for Sunday 8 September 2013.
After he became the editor of Le Petit Vingtième, in 1928, it was not long before Hergé sent his young hero Tintin on adventures around the World.
Follow events at the Hergé Museum on video!
On a sunny Sunday afternoon the Jaguar Club of Alsace came to visit the Hergé Museum!
Visiting the Hergé Museum is easy! A shuttle bus can pick you up directly from your Brussels hotel or from the City Tours Brussels office.
The Hergé Museum team has the pleasure to announce that the Museum will be part of the “Free first Sunday of the month” promotion organised by the Arts & Publics association.
On Saturday 9 June, 5-year-old Victoire magazine will publish its 250th issue, including pages dedicated to Tintin and Hergé, and 25 other hip and happening people and places...
Télé Matin (a television program on French channel France2) paid a visit to the Hergé Museum on 19 May, to report on the Tintin flea market that took place on that day.
Crowds of people showed up to celebrate the Hergé Museum’s third birthday. The sun was out to welcome over a thousand visitors, young and old, who came to hunt for bargains and discover the Into Tibet with Tintin exhibition.
The Hergé Museum has created a society of friends and patrons. If you would like to become a member of the Amis du Musée Hergé and benefit from privileged access to the Museum as well as from a host of other advantages, don't hesitate a moment longer: join us!