For a 4 euro ticket you get to see a very nicely painted gothic room. You sepnd tops 20 mins there but you also get admission to the building next to it
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I'm always amazed by old architecture and especially if it appears to defy gravity and Stadhuis meets this criteria. The outside of the building is very details and this continues through to the inside. Make sure you sit down and spend some time looking up...More
Located in the Burg square this beautiful town hall is well worth a visit for it's amazing architecture and art. You step back in time and soak up the medieval atmosphere.
Few seconds walk from the Basilica of the holy blood on burg square so worth doing a combined visit. As a stand alone attraction, I wouldn't travel too far to see it.
This museum is located in two separate sections (with two separate entrances) of a 14th century courthouse and city hall. The halls are stunningly decorated and the audio tour gives a great introduction to the history and art. The enormous wood-carved fireplace mantle was most...More
Amazing craftsmanship. One just can't help but sits and admire this beautiful gothic interior to compliment the exterior. The wall mural depict the history of Brugge.
The Stadhuis is a very beautiful historic building and the murals of mediaeval Flemish life, including the populist revolt in the Battle of the Golden Spurs, are remarkable. They are reminiscent of Pugin's art in the Palace of Westminster in London, as well as the...More
I know that I'm in the heavy minority with an Average review but, while pretty, there's not a lot to see and the most interesting part of the Stahuis is confined to one large room. Certainly, if you're in Bruges for several days do stop...More