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Concertgebouw Brugge (Concert Hall)
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This international music and art centre is one of the 1001 buildings you must see before you die. It is a place that offers the very best in contemporary dance and classical music. The impressive Concert Auditorium (1,289 seats) and intimate Chamber Music Hall (322 seats) are famed for their excellent acoustics. In the Concert Hall, you can also admire various contemporary (sound) works of art and regularly rotating photo exhibitions. And why not join the Concertgebouw Circuit trail to take a look behind the scenes during the day?

Opening hours

Price table

Ticket prices are stated for each performance. The auditorium layout varies for concerts and dance performances; this means that the price of tickets is indicative of the seat location. There are a number of reductions available which are indicated for each performance.



Adapted toilet accessible with assistance
Adapted lift for people with disabilities
Access paths independently accessible
Entrance accessible with assistance
Reserved parking spaces for people with disabilities

Other facilities

Offerings for children
Baby carriage storage
Automatic external defibrillator (AED)
Baby carriages allowed
Toilet (free of charge)
Bar or café
Museum shop
Changing table
Groups admitted
Multilingual staff

Getting there

't Zand 34, 8000 Brugge

  1. Train and bus: The Concertgebouw is in the Koning Albertpark, which is a ten-minute walk from the train station. A number of De Lijn buses stop at ’t Zand bus station next to the Concertgebouw. 
  2. Bicycle: There is a free underground bicycle park underneath ’t Zand. The entrance is next to the Concertgebouw, towards Sint-Jan in de Meers. 
  3. Car: From the E40 motorway take exit 8 for Brugge. Stay on the N31 and take the exit for ‘Brugge Centrum – Waggelwater – AZ Sint-Jan’. Continue straight on until you see the exit for the underground car park ‘Centrum-‘t Zand’, which is the car park (with parking fees) under the Concertgebouw. Alternatively, ‘Centrum-Station’ is another car park (with parking fees) located a 10-minute walk from the Concertgebouw, on the city centre side of the train station. If you park here, you can show your parking ticket to make free use of bus transport to and from the Concertgebouw (maximum of four people per vehicle).

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Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Centrum-'t Zand car park

Concertgebouw Brugge (Concert Hall)

't Zand 34, 8000 Brugge

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