Behind the Arentshuis, Hof Arents is a charming little park where a hump-backed pedestrian bridge, St-Bonifaciusbrug, crosses the canal...
Takes its name from the flower and herb mixture (gruut) that used to flavour beer before the cultivation of hops. The romantic heraldic...
Bruges’ most celebrated art gallery. While not enormous, the 11 rooms pack in an astonishingly rich collection whose particular...
Den Gouden Harynck
Behind an ivy-clad facade, this uncluttered Michelin-starred restaurant garners consistent praise and won’t hurt the purse quite as...
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With your Groeningemuseum ticket, admission is free to this stately 18th-century patrician house displaying the powerful paintings and dark-hued etchings of Frank Brangwyn (1867–1956), a Bruges-born artist of Welsh parentage. His images of WWI – he was an official war artist – are particularly powerful.