Museum Sint-Janshospitaal (Museum St John’s Hospital)
St John’s Hospital is one of the oldest and best preserved hospital buildings in Europe, dating from the mid-12th century. Ill and needy people were taken care of here. Anyone who needed care or a place to sleep was welcome there. The mediaeval wards, with accompanying chapel and impressive attic, are now set up as a contemporary museum.
With 'hospitality' as a central theme, you will be immersed in the history of care(s) and healing there. A warm place with a diverse collection of art and utensils. You will come face to face with masterpieces by the Flemish primitive Hans Memling, including the famous St Ursula Shrine, and a selection of contemporary artworks.
In addition to the wards, be sure to visit the accompanying hospital pharmacy with its authentic 17th-century interior.
Please note: the opening hours for this day are subject to (possible) change.
Senior citizens 65+
Youngsters aged 18 to 25
Youngsters aged 13 to 17
Children under 13
Musea Brugge Card
Centrum-'t Zand car park
Mariastraat 38, 8000 Brugge