I guess I visitied this art gallery about 4 times over the last 20 years. It houses a small art gallery, participates nearly always with the open heritage days, and if there's an art project going on in Ghent, they join it. If you are into silver jewels, there's a lot to see. If you are into art deco architecture and interior design, this a must. The interior is extremely well conserved, with a great use of different kinds of wood for the floors, the walls and the furniture. To be combined with the nearby house of sculptor Leon Sarteel, built by the same architect, Jan-Albert De Bondt. Opening hours are limited, so check out well in advance!
Apart from that, the surrounding neighbourhood is perfect for a stroll. It's listed and contains a few hundred of nice interbellum houses, all in different styles, from neo and eclectic, to art deco, streamline and modernism.
Ghent is indeed so much more than a town with a medieval heart.
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