In the Suske and Wiske museum, visitors themselves go on strip tour. Cartoonist Willy Vandersteen takes children from 8 to 12 years old in his old villa. He lets them playfully discover via an interactive journey how to make a good comic strip. In this museum are learning, experiencing and doing central. In addition to receiving school groups, the museum will also be accessible to private individuals from now.
Drawing a new comic goes through nine different zones, which stimulate the imagination and creativity of the visitor. The zones consist of: Improvisation, Villains, (text)balloons, Time machine, Problem, Wonder, Body language, Characters and Atmosphere. All previously shown characters from the various series, periods or storylines of Vandersteen can be used through the visitors.