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The hotels in Bruges pamper you with their reduction card.

The “Welcome @ Bruges” reduction card is a free and personal card you receive when you check-in at a hotel in Bruges.

You get this card because we really like you to stay in a hotel in Bruges while you visit Bruges or the region of Bruges.
 
With this personal card, you enjoy an important reduction at numerous attractions in Bruges, in the wide area around Bruges and in Flanders.
 
Each time a reduced entrance tariff is available for you.
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Activities with reductions in the Brugean city center
! NEW DISCOVERBRUGES CARD ! DISCOUNT CARD

The Welcome@Bruges Card is now called Discoverbruges card!

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www.discoverbruges.com ...

BELFRY ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

The Belfry tower is no less than 83 metres high! On your way to the top you will discover the old treasury room, an impressive clock mechanism and a carillon with 47 bells. After 366 steps, your efforts will be rewarded with a breath-taking view of Bruges and its surrounding countryside.

The Chocolate Museum - Choco Story MUSEUM & DEMO

Mission:  To make known the story of the transformation of cocoa into chocolate and to promote the health and quality aspects of Belgian chocolate.

BOAT TRIPS ON THE CANALS BOAT TOURS

A boat trip on the picturesque canals of Bruges allows you to admire the city’s most beautiful sites from a totally different angle.



Museum St Johns's Hospital ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

The 8 centuries old St John’s Hospital is famous for its collection of paintings by the great masters of the Flemish Primitives. The museum gives a moving impression of what life was like in a medieval hospital ward.

MOMENT EVENTS - SEGWAY TOURS

The tour will be one of the highlights of your visit to Bruges.  On the tour, with experienced guides, each participant will receive his own Segway and a detailed driving initiation...

CITY HALL ARCHITECTURE & EXHIBITION

Bruges Town Hall dates from 1376, making it one of the oldest town halls in all of the Low Countries. The Gothic Chamber, with its magnificent 19th-century wall paintings and its polychrome ceiling, is a work of art in its own right.

DIAMOND MUSEUM MUSEUM

Diamantmuseum Brugge offers a unique view into the diamond world, normally inaccessible to the public.

GROENINGE MUSEUM MUSEUM

Every year, more than 150,000 people visit the Groeninge Museum. Thanks to its abundant collection, the museum has built itself quite a reputation, both nationally and internationally.



BREWERY 'DE HALVE MAAN' BREWERY

The homebrewery « De Halve Maan » is the only family brewery that is still active in the centre of Bruges. The museum presents the unique opportunity to discover the old tradional brewing methods in Bruges.

MUSEUM-GALLERY XPO SALVADOR DALI MUSEUM

Within the most prestigious building of Bruges, the Belfry, you can admire a fantastic collection of art created by the Master of surrealism : Salvador DALI. The works are exhibited in a glamourous, sensational setting...

GRUUTHUSE MUSEUM ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

You will be welcomed like a king in this majestic palace of the Lords of Gruuthuse. The Gruuthuse Museum houses a wide range of objects, providing an inside look at life in the period between 1400 and 1900.

FRIETMUSEUM MUSEUM & DEMO

Up until now there was no Frietmuseum in the whole world, which means that the Frietmuseum in Bruges is the first and only museum dedicated to potato fries!
Together with delicious Belgian chocolate, the Belgian potato fry is certainly the product that is the most characteristic of Belgian culinary expertise...

WELCOME CHURCH OF OUR LADY ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

The Welcome Church of Our Lady, with its 122-metre brick steeple, dominates the skyline of the city. The church also plays host to a rich collection of art treasures, of which the crowning glory is defi nitely the beautiful ‘Madonna and Child’ by Michelangelo.

LACE CENTER MUSEUM & SITE

Housed in the tastefully restored almshouses founded by the Adornes family. Lace demonstrations are frequently given, whereas in the museum-shop all materials for lace-making can be purchased.



ST. SAVIOUR'S CATHEDRAL ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

St.-Salvatorskathedraal: Bruges' oldest parish church (12th-15th century). Worth seeing are the gobelins, mausoleums in the choir, rood-loft with organ (1619-1717), choir stalls, numerous fine paintings, copper memorial plaques and silver and gold shrines and relics.



Arents House MUSEUM

On the first floor of this elegant 18th-century mansion you can admire the work of the multi-talented Bruges-British artist Frank Brangwyn (1867–1956).T he ground floor of the building is used for ever-changing exhibitions of expressive art, usually in association with the Groeninge Museum.

LIBERTY OF BRUGES ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

The Liberty of Bruges once housed the city’s courts, but now provides a home for the Municipal Archives. At the Renaissance Chamber, pride of place is given to the monumental 16th-century fireplace, with its mantel of wood, marble and alabaster.

ST JANSHUIS & KOELEWEI MILLS ARCHITECTURE & EXHIBITION

The St. John’s House Mill and the Koelewei Mill are part of the municipal heritage. Both still function as active grain mills.

The Lamp Museum - Lumina Domestica MUSEUM & DEMO

The lamp museum shows the captivating history of interior lighting. One gets a clear picture of the evolution from torch and oil lamp to bulb and LED. The visitor discovers the largest lamp collection in the world consisting of more than 6.000 ancient objects.

OUR LADY OF THE POTTERIE ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

This historic hospital complex (13th – 17th centuries), with its church decorated in the Baroque style, contains fi ne paintings, sculpture, furniture, tapestries, stained glass and an exclusive collection of silverwork.

CELEBRATIONS ENTERTAINMENT GROUP DINNER

Take part in the wedding feast of Charles the Bold and Margeret of York.

GHENT GATE ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM

The "Gentpoort" (Ghent Gate) is one of the 4 city gates preserved from the medieval period. From 2008 onwards, the gate will house a new museum, where you can discover the story of all the city gates as well as the ramparts.

ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM

This museum confronts aspects of life from prehistory, the Roman period and the Middle Ages (both Early and Late) with elements of 21st-century living. Under the motto of ‘feel the past under your feet,’ you will discover the history of the city through a series of ‘do’ and ‘search’ tasks.

MUSEUM OF FOLKLORE MUSEUM & SITE

The picturesque St. Anna Quarter of the city features both the charming Museum of Folklore. Eight almshouses from the 17th century contain a collection of old objects in a series of different decors from the days of yesteryear.

GUIDO GEZELLE MUSEUM MUSEUM

Discover more about the work of the famous Flemish writer, Guido Gezelle, in the house where he was born. Next to the house lies a romantic garden, featuring ‘The Man Who Gives Fire’ by Jan Fabre.

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