In the 13th century, Bruges' great walls were dotted with molens (windmills) where cereals were ground into flour. Four still stand on...
Museum voor Volkskunde
The appealling Museum voor Volkskunde presents visitors with 18 themed tableaux illustrating Flemish life in times gone by (a 1930s...
In the western part of St-Anna is one of Bruges’ oddest churches, the 15th-century structure built by the Adornes family. Supposedly...
Quaint corner café with a sunny terrace overlooking one of the St-Anna windmills.
One side is the ever-buzzing pub-café of the Bauhaus hostel, the other an eccentric dining area adorned with rock-rimmed mirrors and a...
Kruisvest · interesting places nearby
St Janshuismolen information
In the 13th century, Bruges' great walls were dotted with molens (windmills) where cereals were ground into flour. Four still stand on the eastern rampart and two can be visited: the 18th-century St Janshuismolen is one, the nearby Koeleweimolen is another. The sails are occasionally set in motion, and each houses a tiny museum.