© Hergé-Moulinsart 2018

The aroscopia museum, located in Toulouse-Blagnac, european capital of aeronautic, welcomes you from May 22nd, 2018, anniversary day of Hergé's birth, to January 10th, 2019, a unique exhibition on « TINTIN ET SES AVIONS ».

Written in the golden age of aviation, les Aventures de Tintin are steeped in the dynamism of the aerospace industry. Hergé, the author, fan of aviation, give a key role to the planes in the adventures of his hero, who travel often in the air, even pilot himself... More than fifty aircraft models have enabled the famous reporter to cross the world !

So, it's quite naturally that the exhibition « TINTIN ET SES AVIONS » takes place in aeroscopia, an exhibition customised in more than 800m² conceived with the le Musée Hergé and presented in an incredible way, for 8 months, at the heart of the museum.

The exhibition is totally integrated in the museum, inside like outside, from floor to ceiling and conduct the visitor, in the course of his process, toward the discovery of the adventures and the genesis of the famous reporter. « TINTIN ET SES AVIONS » presents indeed a pages collection of comic books conceived by  Tintin's father and enables visitors to discover behind the scenes of one of the most famous comic of the world.

© Hergé-Moulinsart 2018


Admission to the exhibition included in the entrance fee of the museum
Full price : 12.50€
Reduced price : 10€
Free under 6 years old

To enjoy limitless activities, evening events, visits, conferences... from May 22nd, 2018 to January 10th, 2019 :

  • annual individual PASS : 38€
  • family PASS : 105€

Guided tour of the exhibition : 3.50€ extra on the entrance price of the exhibition.

Open every day from 9:30 am to 6 pm (except school vacation zone C) and from 9:30 am to 7 pm (during school vacation zone C)
Exceptional closing December 25th, January 1st and one week in January.

The shop proposes you more than 1200 references including 230 Tintin items (comic books, textiles, figurines,...) proposed during the exhibition.
Open every day from 9 am to 7 pm (closing at 6 pm on Sunday except school vacation and public holiday).