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Comic Strip Village in Brussels
© WBT - Thomas Blairon
Comic Strip Village in Brussels
© WBT - Thomas Blairon
Comic Strip Village in Brussels
© Village de la BD - Francis Slomka

If you love comics, don't miss the Comic Strip Village on place du Grand Sablon, a stone's throw from the arts and museum neighbourhood.

A statue of Tintin and Snowy invites you to step into a genuine village, a centre split into three spaces: the Gallery where you can discover and buy original drawings, the Comic Strip Museum and the Comics Café which combines a brasserie - voted the Best Burger in Belgium - in a decor of original comic strip works and a pub lounge dedicated to famous Captain Haddock.

Comic strip lovers will find all they can dream of: old and new albums, objects, lithographies signed by their authors and original drawings by the greatest artists.

And just like in an Asterix comic strip... join the feast at the end! The Brasserie du Village's menu includes a Gaston Lagaffe Brochette and a whopping Obelix Burger!

The Comic Strip Village in practice

Opening hours

The Comics Café is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 11pm.
If you are more than 6 people, it is recommended that you book in advance.

The Gallery and the Museum are free.
Brasserie: prices vary, average budgets can be between €15 and €30.
The Comic Strip Village welcomes you in French, Dutch and English.



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