The Godelieve Museum is located on the site of the Ten Putte Abbey. Here you can learn more about Saint Godelieve and about the devotion to the saint from Gistel, which has its highpoint each year in a procession that has taken place ever since 1449. It also gives attention to the eventful history of the abbey. In the exhibition cabinets you can also see objects and a film. The showpieces include the tombstone of abbess G. Payers from 1553 that was recovered by an antique dealer in Paris. Today, Saint Godelieve is still called upon for throat and ear sicknesses and ... marriage problems.