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Sacred Books | Secret Libraries - Karmelietenklooster (Carmelites Convent)
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At two locations, Sacred Books | Secret Libraries invites you to learn about authentic monastic life and spiritual heritage. The English Convent is known for its unique domed church and the Carmelites Convent features an impressive refectory. Both monasteries also contain a valuable library. Together with a guide, take a silent and spiritual tour of the monastery, with books as a common thread.  

Opening hours

Visit by appointment. This can be done within the hours listed above, or you can agree on a time by mutual agreement with the business owner.

Price table

Adults

€ 15.00
Guided tour in one convent (English Convent or Carmelite Convent), with Virtual Reality. That means you can bring a tablet during the tour.

Senior citizens 65+

€ 12.00
Guided tour in one convent (English Convent or Carmelite Convent), with Virtual Reality. That means you can bring a tablet during the tour.

Youngsters aged 7 to 18

€ 12.00
Guided tour in one convent (English Convent or Carmelite Convent), with Virtual Reality. That means you can bring a tablet during the tour.

Children under 7

€ 0.00
* Exceptions to these rates are possible for (school) groups.

Facilities

Other facilities

Baby carriage storage
Child-friendly
Baby carriages allowed
Toilet (free of charge)
Garden open to guests or visitors
Groups admitted
Multilingual staff

Getting there

Ezelstraat 28, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Sacred Books | Secret Libraries - Karmelietenklooster (Carmelites Convent)

Ezelstraat 28, 8000 Brugge

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