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Tuin Gezellehuis (House Gezelle Garden)
Nature

Even if you’re not very fond of poetry, you’ll be delighted by the House Gezelle, the birthplace of Guido Gezelle (1830 – 1899), one of Flanders’ most famous poets. For here, close by the city ramparts, there’s a magnificent walled garden waiting, which you can visit without a museum ticket. With an ancient Corsican pine tree and ‘The man who gives a light’ , a work of art by Jan Fabre. Picnic or simply relax, you can do both.

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Child-friendly
Pets allowed
Baby carriages allowed
Garden open to guests or visitors
Picnic allowed

Getting there

Rolweg 64, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest bus stop:
512124 Brugge Kruispoort (Kazernevest)

Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Langestraat car park

Tuin Gezellehuis (House Gezelle Garden)

Rolweg 64, 8000 Brugge

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