Due to Bruges long and important history the city is home to many museums that will give you a first hand look into the cities past. Some of the highlights are the only Michelangelo to leave Italy during his lifetime, the Groeninge Museum and the Memling museum which focus on Flemish Primitive paintings, the lace museum and for the beer lovers do not miss Brewery ‘De Halve Maan. Take some time to browse the listed museums below to get an idea of what Bruges has to offer you.
A long time ago, the Bruges city walls were enriched with several windmills. The most impressive windmill is the 230-year-old Sint Janshuis Mill. The Sint Janshuis Mills grinds grain and is still operating today. Definitely worth a visit.
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The inauguration of ‘Historium Bruges’ on the Market Square is an unsurpassed success. Through seven scenes visitors are introduced into a virtual butsurprisingly vivid reality. They discover Bruges at the highlight of its glamourous past. In 1435 the city was the cultural centre of Europe, attrackting most art andscience of that century.The atmosphere was cosmopolitan, ...