If you’re a fan or just an interested curious about Les Aventures de Tintin, a visit to Hergé Museum outside Brussels is a perfect program. Not only you can dive into Hergé work, understand his life path and interests, but also what is behind the universe of probably the most famous reporter in the world. The first drawings, the creation and inspiration behind the characters, the most famous books and the public discussion around some of them.
And if the content of the museum worth’s by itself, the building is also a piece of art. A fantastic modern building totally inspired in the Tintin universe, with pyramids and buildings on the inside.
The museum is in Louvain-la-Neuve, about 30 km from Brussels and easily accessible by train or car. It's a must see, no doubt about that.
Image: Musée Hergé