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赫鲁杜瑟

赫鲁杜瑟

The city palace of the lords of Gruuthuse is now an absolute highlight after a thorough restoration. Gruuthusemuseum takes you to three crucial periods in the rich history of Bruges. There is the time of Burgundian prosperity, the less well known 17th and 18th centuries, and the historical ‘reinvention’ of Bruges in the 19th century. These three periods come to life in over 600 collection items which all tell their own story. The highlight is the authentic late 15th century oratory which connects the palace and the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Church of our Lady) with a view of the Gothic chancel of the church.
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Adornes estate – Jerusalem Chapel

Adornes estate – Jerusalem Chapel

The Adornes estate consists of the 15th-century Jerusalem Chapel (a jewel of medieval architecture whose construction was financed by this rich merchant family), the Adornes mansion and a series of adjacent almshouses. In the brand-new multimedia museum, you can follow in the footsteps of Anselm Adornes and learn all about the world in which he lived. You will go on a pilgrimage, take part in a joust and meet many notable persons of the time, such as the King of Scotland, the Lords of Gruuthuse and the Dukes of Burgundy.
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Bruges Beer Experience

Bruges Beer Experience

The top floor of the former post office building on the Markt is now the home of the Bruges Beer Museum. Using an iPad Mini you will discover the many fascinating facets of beer and the complexities of the brewing process (and that includes tasting!). What’s more, you will learn all about Belgian – and Bruges – beer history, exploring the many different types and flavours of beer that our city and country produce. The kids’ tour tells the fun story of the Bruges Bear.
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