Marc Sleen Museum
Fondation Marc Sleen
Rue des Sables 33-35
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Marc Sleen is a living icon of Belgian comic strips. His work can be seen at the rue des Sables in Brussels, just opposite the Belgian Comic Strip Centre.
In the unique setting of a former newspaper agency, the Marc Sleen Museum presents:
- a permanent exhibition on the work and life of Marc Sleen
- a reading point where you can flick through his books
- a cycle of temporary exhibitions showing the multiple facets of his extraordinary work
The Rue des Sables wasn't chosen by chance. On this same street, some metres further, Marc Sleen had a studio where he created Néron, his most famous and loved character, in 1947.
Guided visits for groups from 15 to 25 persons only by reservation a couple of weeks before.
Tickets can be purchased at the Belgian Comic Strip Centre, just opposite the Marc Sleen Museum.
The museum is only partially accessible to wheelchairs.
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