Photo Courtesy of Hergé Museum
The Hergé Museum, located near Brussels, Belgium, celebrates artist
Georges Remi (pen name Hergé) who was the creator behind the Tintin comic adventures. Although the idea to create a museum dedicated to the enigmatic artist and his work had been talked about for many years, it wasn’t until January of 2001 that definite plans to build the Hergé Museum began to take shape. With the help of the Hergé Foundation and architect Christian de Portzamparc, the museum opened in 2009 in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.