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BRUGES MUSEUMS

WELCOME TO BRUGES MUSEUMS SECTION. HERE YOU WILL SEE INFORMATION, HISTORY AND PICTURES OF MUSEUMS IN BRUGES, BEGLIUM.
 
The Archeological Museum - Bruges
Archeological Museum
These houses contain a wide variety of material witnesses to Brugesí past discovered during excavations. They include pottery, glass, leather, metal, wood and stone items, and a series of murals. Full Text
   
The Brangwyn Museum - Bruges
Brangwyn Museum
The Arents House or Brangwyn Museum is a fine, late-18th-century townhouse located opposite the coach-house at the entrance to a picturesque garden.
The coach-house contains old carriages and sledges. Full Text
   
The Groeninge Museum - Bruges
Groeninge Museum
The Groeninge Museum is also called 'The city museum of Fine Arts'. The collection was already started in the beginning of the 18th century, but the building itself is recent and dates from 1929-1930. Full Text
   
The Gruuthuse Museum - Bruges
Gruuthuse Museum
This most diverse of all the Bruges Museums is situated in the 'House of Gruuthuse' which belonged in the late Middle-Ages to the family Van Brugghe-van der Aa, a.k.a the lords of 'Gruuthuse'. This family owned the monopoly of 'Gruut' selling. Full Text
   
The Memling Museum - Bruges
Memling Museum
This museum is part of the St.John's Hospital complex. Inside, the old hospital infirmary can be visited as well as the old pharmacy. In the former chapel of the Hospital six paintings by Hans Memling are exposed. Full Text
   
The Gothic hall of the Town Hall - Bruges
Town Hall Gothic Chamber
Bruges Town Hall, built between 1376 and 1420 is one of the oldest in the Low Countries. A ceremonial staircase leads from the entrance hall to the first floor, where visitors can view the Gothic Chamber.
This former council chamber continues to play an important part in the life of the city. The wooden, polychrome ceiling is decorated with a profusion of late-mediaeval carving. Full Text
 
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