With your Groeningemuseum ticket, admission is free to this stately 18th-century patrician house displaying the powerful paintings and...
Behind the Arentshuis, Hof Arents is a charming little park where a hump-backed pedestrian bridge, St-Bonifaciusbrug, crosses the canal...
This large, somewhat sober 13th-century church sports an enormous tower that’s currently ‘wrapped’ for extensive renovation. Inside it’s...
Den Gouden Harynck
Behind an ivy-clad facade, this uncluttered Michelin-starred restaurant garners consistent praise and won’t hurt the purse quite as...
Dijver 17 · interesting places nearby
Takes its name from the flower and herb mixture (gruut) that used to flavour beer before the cultivation of hops. The romantic heraldic entrance in a courtyard of ivy-covered walls and dreaming spires is arguably more interesting than the rambling, somewhat unsatisfying decorative-arts exhibits within. The unusual view from the upstairs oratory window into the treasury-apse of the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk is worth a look.