12 Sep 2019 Belgium: Night At The Hergé Museum
Gala dinners need not always be set up at a restaurant or by a spectacular view. What if you were surrounded by culture and history?
An extraordinary venue for your next corporate event could very well be the largest museum in the world dedicated entirely to a comic strip author!
Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, writing under pen name Hergé, is the creator of Tintin, the courageous young Belgian reporter and adventurer accompanied by his trusty sidekick Snowy the dog.
In a 24-comic album servies, Tintin is considered one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. By 2007, a century since Hergé’s birth, Tintin had been published in more than 70 languages and sold more than 200 millions copies.
If you’re considering a surprising and stylish environment for your ultimate business get-together, there’s nothing quite like rekindling your child-like spirit and imagination than an iconic cartoonist museum.
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