In the interest of making culture accessible to all, the Hergé Museum has different facilities in place and special activities organised.

RESERVATION / INFORMATION

Visitors with disabilities are allowed free entry. Two accompanying visitors from an overall group of at least ten people, will also be given free entry.

E-mail : resa@museeherge.com
Tél : +32 10 488 413

ACTIVITIES TO RAISE AWARENESS OF BLINDNESS

On this guided tour visitors discover the universe of Hergé while blindfolded. Without the aid of visual stimulation, visitors are invited to touch, smell and imagine the Hergé Museum.

This guided visit must be reserved at least two weeks in advance. The cost of the visit is €11.50 per person (child or adult). The tour takes around 45 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of free roaming to allow visitors to compare experiencing the museum in two very different ways.

VISIT FOR THE BLIND AND THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

The Hergé Museum staff have been trained by the Amis des Aveugles association, so as to be able to improve the experience of blind or visually impaired visitors. Guided visit :
- Must be reserved at least two weeks in advance.
- €75 per group (from 10 to 25 people).
- Visits last around 1 hour.

DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING

Guided visits in Belgian Francophone sign language (LSFB):
- Must be booked at least two weeks in advance.
- €75 per group (from 10 to 25 people).
- Visits last around an hour and a half.
- A short dictionary of the main signs used in relation to the universe of Hergé is available at the museum.
Hergé Museum - Sign language - Youtube

PERSONS OF REDUCED MOBILITY

The Hergé Museum is easily accessible to people of reduced mobility. The museum was designed to make all galleries including the temporary exhibition gallery, easy to visit. The infrastructure of the museum (lifts, walkways, toilets, restaurant, shop) also caters for people of reduced mobility. Two wheelchairs are available upon request.