Head to Louvain-la-Neuve, 27km (17 miles) southeast of Brussels, to visit the Musée Hergé, which celebrates the work of Tintin creator Georges Remi (1907–83), known to all as Hergé. The building itself is part of the attraction—a minimalist and boxlike gleaming, white affair with a massive image of Tintin emblazoned on one facade. It was designed by the French architect Christian de Portzamparc, and exhibits more than 800 original drawings of Tintin.
Rue du Labrador 26, Louvain-la-Neuve
Our Rating Hours The museum is open Tuesday to Friday 10:30am to 5:30pm, and weekends 10am to 6pm (closed Jan 1 and Dec 25). Phone 010/488-421 Prices Admission is 12€ for adults, 7€ for seniors and students, 5€ for children ages 7 to 14, free for children 6 and under, and free the 1st Sunday of the month Web site Musée Hergé
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