The Hergé Museum, the largest museum in the world dedicated to a comic book artist.
An exceptional place, designed by the French architect, Christian de Portzamparc.
A very well thought-out scenography: a formidable palette of colours at the service of a mythical work, that of the Master of the Clear Line.
An astonishingly rich graphic heritage: original drawings, archive documents, films, models, rare and precious objects populate this great dream machine.
The art of the creator of Tintin and Snowy, the father of European comics, is presented in all its facets: Hergé was an illustrator, letter writer, scriptwriter, publicist and sometimes painter, the inventor of a graphic style that has stood the test of time and fashion.
The Hergé Museum welcomes visitors of all ages from all over the world. The work of Hergé, and in particular Tintin, his emblematic character, is universal, timeless and suitable for all types of public.