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This chapel never changed during the centuries. Mystique atmosphere and good vibes from the past but with the view on the future. The Scottish lounge is a gem and you can see how the family from Adornes is living here today in Bruges.
Unlikely to see another church designed like this one and as such really worth a visit. The museum has a 12 minute video which helps to explain why this church was built and helps you to appreciate the historical value of the church. Also worth...More
Happened upon this place after a visit to the folklore museum down the street. A little expensive as others have written but if 7 or 8 p/p is not a big deal I would recommend it. Relic of Jesus's cross on display. Fascinating family lineage...More
This places and everything what happened inside made a deep impact on me. First we visited the museum and were impressed by a rich history of the family who owners this domain for 600 years. Then we visited a short concert in the Chapel, conducted...More
This place is off the beaten track, but was a must for me to see. What I didn’t expect was the intense emotion I felt sitting in this quiet small and eerie chapel. I stayed for much longer than I had anticipated and left feeling...More
I was interested to see the chapel, which was inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and to do so had to pay to see the attached museum as well. I didn't feel it was worth the entry fee and wouldn't visit...More
Not open every day because it is privately owed. Situated in a quiet road it’s not so easy to spot but once there, it’s peaceful and intimate. You don’t have to pay unless you go through to the museum.