Comic Strip Centre Brussels
The Belgian Comic Strip Centre (CBBD) is an association promoting Comic Strips in a space entirely dedicated to the Ninth Art.
The Belgian Comic Strip Centre is located right in Brussels’ city centre. It is hosted by a great building created by Victor Horta in 1906.
In 1989, the Belgian Comic Strip Centre moved to this gem of Art Nouveau and quickly became a famous place in Brussels.
Indeed, this 4200 sq.-metre comic strip centre draws more than 200,000 visitors each year.
You will discover there the origins of comic strips, how this art evolved through the times and what it has become through many permanent and temporary exhibitions, conferences, creative workshops and many documents.
In is not by chance that this museum is located in the capital of Belgium. In fact, this country has a huge number of comic strips authors.
Enjoy both Ninth Art and Art Nouveau in the Belgian Comic Strip Centre.
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Belgian Comic Strip Centre - Brussels
Rue des Sables 20
Phone: +32 2 219 19 80
Don’t hesitate to visit the museum’s website, if you want to know more about the Belgian Comic Strip Centre.