Watch lace-makers at work at the Kantcentrum. Lace (kant in Flemish, dentelle in French) blossomed in Flanders in the 16th century....
The Kantcentrum displays a collection of lace in a row of interlinked old cottages. The centre’s main attraction is that (afternoons...
In the western part of St-Anna is one of Bruges’ oddest churches, the 15th-century structure built by the Adornes family. Supposedly...
Luminaries have frequented Bruges’ oldest pub since it first opened its doors in 1515; local legend has it that Rubens once painted an...
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Bruges overflows with lace vendors, but this sweet little ‘museum shop’ is well off the normal tourist trail. The delicate garments and gifts on sale are made from beautiful and authentic lace, handmade by two sisters and their mother; the husband of one of the sisters makes the wooden bobbins. An unusual opportunity to buy the real Bruges deal lace-wise.