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Renewed Suske en Wiske Children's museum reopens in July
Kalmthout The new Suske en Wiske Children's museum gets more and more shape. The museum closed last summer for a complete makeover and will open this summer back to the doors. The kinderambassadeurs got this week have the unique opportunity to visit the set designer Bruns in the Dutch Bergeijk.

They had a first preview of the new trail, the Striptoer. “In July reopens in the Suske and Wiske Children's museum with a brand new exhibition for young and old”, says managing director Philip De Smet. “There is then also worked hard to get everything on time. A new roof, new windows, and also the sets are almost all ready. Therefore, drew our jeugdambassadeurs Boris, Lore, Felix, Fien and Fien to Bruns in the Netherlands for a unique look behind the scenes.”

Dark tunnel

After a guided tour through the workshop were the sets revealed. “It looks very stripachtig,” said Lore. Boris is a big fan of the dark tunnel and also the huge tv was very in the taste. The jeugdambassadeurs are already excited and can't wait to the new museum will be ‘for real’ test. Long as they do not on their hunger to continue, because about two weeks, it is already installed.

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