Sunday 17 May 2020
From 10h00 to 13h00
Belgian Comic Strip Center
Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Brussels
Are you a fan of comics? Do you want to know more about your favorite characters? Or do you just want to spend quality time with your family and members from Expat Club while doing a cool activity and discover Brussels a bit more? Then this museum visit has been designed just for you. You will be amongst the lucky ones to have a private guided tour of the museum that is based in an exceptional Art Nouveau gem. With more than 700 comic strip authors, Belgium has more comic strip artists per square kilometer than any other country in the world. You’re definitely at the right place to discover them all!
The date of this event is not yet confirmed and depend largely on the corona virus situation.
If you are interested, you can now pre-reserve a spot and we will inform you when the visit opens up.
Who can join this event?
Expat Club events are attended by singles, couples, retirees, groups of friends or colleagues, and families. We welcome people from all over the world with a wide variety of backgrounds. Expat Club Membership is not required to join this visit.
Where is the Comic Strip Museum?
The Comics Art Museum is located in the center of Brussels, near the Grand-Place, the Galeries Saint-Hubert or the Cathedral of Saints-Michael-and-Gudula.
The train stations “Gare Centrale” and “Gare du Nord” also are located within walking distance.
If you are traveling to the museum by public transport you can get a complete itinerary (train, tram, bus, metro, etc.) from the site www.stib.be by entering “Brussels, Rue des Sables 20” as your destination.