Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Very interesting museum and a reasonable €10 (adult) to get in. Lots of original artwork on display and really taught about how a comic is put together and the history behind it. Not something we were specifically interested in but it was really engaging and we came away feeling we'd learned a lot. Well worth a visit.
It was a very interesting and interactive experience. A lot of really fun things to do and the ticket price is very affordable. There are a lot of new things to learn about comics and their creation process. Also very diverse in term of attractions like status, fun games, comic video projection, photo booths... Would definitely recommend it if you're in Brussels!
I loved the place because I follow comic strips and have been a TinTin fan for long. I liked the concept of the museum. It's good that atleast someone is taking about the comic artists and their work and the whole process of creating comic strips. There is some precious collection from these artist's draft books. One can learn about smurfs and other Belgian comic characters. Also there is a reading room where children can read, learn about their favourite comic characters and have fun while learning.
I thing is a best place to go with your children such a great museum, very well organized, down there is free space with excellent library and souvenir shop, rest your self and buy something , toilets are free, ticket is fair price only 10 euro , another great thing is free enter for small kids, so I pay only 10 euro for a lovely place, but i spend maybe 25 euro on unique Belgian cartoon old school, you have Boule et Bill, The Smurfs, Lucky Luke and the Dalton brothers, Tin Tin, and many more books, children toys, for oldsters great collection from Belgian Masters, but only bad thing they don't have bigger choice of t shirts. Most visit place a give ten of ten for this museum, first of all nice vibe and childhood memories, stuff is very helpful every thing is great here.
Housed in a magnificent art noveau building by famous Horta. Really worth visiting. It presents the history of comics, how they are made. There are couple of attractions for kids (puzzles, little Smurf’s house). Also for adults worth visiting. Just avoid brasserie downstairs.