A former submarine base, the Bassins des Lumières are renowned for their exceptional immersive exhibitions, and the Tintin exhibit is no exception. This is an exceptional opportunity to plunge into the timeless world of this famous reporter and experience his adventures as never before.

The Bassins des Lumières use large-scale image projection technology to immerse visitors in the world of Tintin. You’ll find yourself surrounded by giant 360-degree projections that transport you directly into the adventures of Tintin, Snowy and all the other iconic characters in the series.

Hergé‘s original illustrations are spectacularly displayed, on a scale that lets you appreciate every detail of his work. You’ll see up close how Hergé created this captivating world.

This exhibition is a unique experience that will appeal to long-time Tintin fans and newcomers alike. Thanks to state-of-the-art special effects, you’ll feel the wind in your hair as Tintin and Captain Haddock embark on an adventure at sea, hear the sounds of the bustling streets of Cairo as they search for the treasure of Rackham the Red, and experience the excitement of car and plane chases.




  • Exhibition from October 20th to December 22nd, 2023
  • Bassins des lumières, Impasse Brown de Colstoun, 33300 Bordeaux

Opening hours : https://www.bassins-lumieres.com/en/plan-visit/opening-times-rates


  • Full price: 15 euros
  • Reduced rate : 12.5 euros

Further information: https://www.bassins-lumieres.com/en/tintin

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