Brugse Vrije (Liberty of Bruges)
From this mansion, the Liberty of Bruges (the countryside in a wide area around the city) was once governed. The building functioned as a court of justice between 1795 and 1984. Today, the City Archive (amongst other things) is housed here, which preserves the city’s written memory. The premises also boast an old assize court and a renaissance hall with a monumental timber, marble and alabaster fireplace from 1528. A tribute to Emperor Charles V (1500-1558), it was made by Lanceloot Blondeel.
Time informationfrom 01-01-2021 to 31-01-2021
29/10/2020 - 31/01/2021additional opening dates
- 13 May 2021 ( 09:30 - 13:00 h )
- 24 December 2021 ( 09:30 - 16:00 h )
- 31 December 2021 ( 09:30 - 16:00 h )
- 25 December 2021
|seniors 65+||€ 7,00|
|Youth up to 25 years||€ 6,00|
|Children up to 12 years||€ 0,00|
|Musea Brugge Card||€ 0,00|
|Friends of Musea Brugge||€ 0,00|
, , ,Verkooppunten Liberty of Bruges: tickets are sold in City Hall.
|Groep vanaf 15 Persons||€ 6.00 /persoon|