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The comic (La bande dessinée, "BD" - the "drawn strip") is a big thing in France, a serious and respected art form. Angouleme, with its museum, is the capital. Street Art (not of Banksy fame or quality) abounds on walls of the old streets, and...More
I don't think there is another museum in the world totally dedicated to the Graphic Novel and the Comic strip.
The displays are wonderful and very child-friendly. For the adults there are some good videos of the various International Artists - and comic books you...More
Cité de la band... d, le service communication at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 7 February 2018
thank you for your comment !
We are glad you enjoyed your visit with your family.
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Taking my 19-year-old to this museum was a real pleasure for the two of us. Seeing the display of all the comic characters (e.g., Spirou, Tintin, les Schtroumpfs) I grew up on as a kid and which I shared with my child many years later...More
Cité de la band... d, le service communication at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 8 November 2017
We are delighted that you and your son have had a great time at our museum ! We try to give the visitor the best possible vision of comics, with older and more modern works.
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The temporary exposition on Will Eisner was perfect, designed both for adults and for kids, I recommend to everyone. You just need to pick up the small notebook at the entrance, The only problem, all is in French....The museum itself is well designed, the exposition...More
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Cité de la band... d, le service communication at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 18 May 2017
Hi Oz Z,
thank you for your comment ! We're very glad that you enjoyed our exhibition about Will Eisner, even if the notebook is in french... And that you enjoyed the museum too !
We know that we can improve the visit for our...More
Saw this on the town website and decided to visit. Entry was 7 Euro for adults. There is a main display and 2/3 additional, more temporary displays. An interesting walk round the displays showing the evolution of comic strips. One is set up for children's...More
Cité de la band... d, service communication - accueil des publics at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 28 April 2017
Hello. We thank you for your visit in the City of the comic strip. We also thank you for your appreciation. Cordially.
Angouleme is famous for it's cartoon - children's as well for grown ups. Easily accessible with free parking makes it an attractive place to start a visit to Angouleme. Bande Dessinee has a comprehensive bookshop where one is always tempted to buy something. Ideal place...More
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Cité de la band... d, service communication at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 30 January 2017
Thank you for your review, we are pleased that you have enjoyed your visit of the museum!
We hope to see you again soon to discover the new exhibitions planned all year long.
I wanted to love this museum. It started off well with beautifully laid out display cases showing some of the finest French comic book art and going into detail about the history of the art form, techniques used and styles of art and lettering. There...More
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Cité de la band... d, le service communication at Le Musee de la Bande Dessinee, responded to this reviewResponded 13 December 2016
and thank you for your comment about the comics museum.
I think there was a misunderstanding with our colleague about the audioguide, which proposes an english version...
About the exhibition, the historical overview is as complete as we can, with more than 400...More