Timings : 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM except on Mondays, Christmas and New Year
Entry Fee : EUR 10 - 12
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A 19th-century public construction, the Groeninge Museum is famous for holding some of the most world-renowned collections of painters such as Jan Van Eyck, Hans Memling, Jan Provoost, Hugo Van der Goes and many others. It helps in exhibiting the most prominent Belgian visual arts genres such as the Renaissance, Flemish Primitives, Baroque masters, Neo-classic and Realist paintings, Netherlandish artwork, and so on. Architect Joseph Vierin built the Museum at the behest of the Bruges government.
Some of the famous paintings held in its various chambers are: ‘Justice of Cambysis’ by Gerard Davis, ‘Last Judgement’ by Jan Provoost, ‘Death of the Virgin’ by Hugo van der Goes, ‘Moreel Triptych’ by Hans Memling and Jan Van Eyck’s ‘Virgin and Child with Canon Joris van der Paele’. Any visitor can easily get lost in these various styles and paintings such that one could hardly make the difference between 10 minutes or an hour spent at this museum. The museum is rich in its content and stirring in its organization that one would be amazed by the past of Bruges and its promising connection with the visual arts.
|Youngsters (till 25)||EUR 10|
|Below 18||EUR 0|
|Concession (15 + members)||EUR 10|
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