Belgian Comic Strip Center

Rue des Sables 20 — 1000 - Brussels City | 02 219 19 80 | 02 219 23 76 | |
From Tuesday to Sunday > from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m
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Belgium, one of the main actors in the comic strips, had to have its own museum over this art. 
It is installed in the old Waucquez stores, built by Victor Horta in 1906. This museum shelters an incredible historical and contemporary collection of plates and objects over the comic strip and its authors. You can also follow in one of the first halls the genesis of the comic strip. On the ground floor, you will find the largest comic strip library in the world, one reading room and a restaurant which makes a good stopover to have lunch.

Closed on the 1st of January and the 25th of December.
Guided tour upon prior request. |

Parking PRM

  • Accessible parking : No slot
Remarks Parking

Limited parking spaces on the street


  • Sidewalk : Irregular
  • Step(s) : Yes high
Remarks Entrance

The persons in a wheelchair enter through a side door leading to the restaurant.
This door is not always open.


  • Floor(s) : Several with acces
  • Room : Full foot (Fully)


  • Elevator / Door : Yes
Remarks Circulation

The exhibition is located on the first floor, there are no stairs and the spaces are connected with ramps measuring 1.50 m which simplifies the circulation

Use / visit

  • Conference room(s) : Not accessible/Inexistant
  • WC for prm : Adapted
Remarks Use

Shop :
- is located on the ground floor
- everything is at floor-level
- the passage between the racks is too small, wheelchairusers cannot get through.

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