Did you know that Brussels has a total of 47 comic strip frescoes?
visit.brussels invites children from 6 to 10 years of age to explore half of them, which can be found in the heart of the capital. They’ll come across Tintin, Ric Hochet, Stam & Pilou, Billy the Cat, Bob and Bobette (Spike and Suzy), and others. Paper heroes whom they’ll get to know better as they play a number of different games. Spot the difference, pictures for colouring in, a maze and many other fun inventions designed to attract their attention to the details of the frescoes. A few lines of text also tells them something about the lives of these characters and of the people who created them.
On the trail, they’ll also see the statue of Gaston Lagaffe, the famous new Smurf statue and the museums that are too good to miss! Armed with a pencil and their new book of games, the children will stride along the cobblestones of Brussels in search of the comic strip treasures of our capital city, having lots of fun along the way.
This book of games is available in English, French, Dutch and German at the price of 2.50€.
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