Timings : 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM: Tuesday to Sunday. Last ticket: 4:30 PM.
Entry Fee : EUR 8.00
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The Memling Museum, named after Hans Memling, is located at a little distance from all the other tourist attractions in Bruges. The paintings of Hans Memling are preserved in this Museum after the old St. John’s Hospital stopped its operations as a hospital in 1978. There are six paintings in the museum of the 15th-century painter who was known for his classical paintings lacking neither in detail nor harmony. The Museum is a must visit for all painting-lovers and art-dwellers because it represents one of the most famous painters of the Flemish Primitives.
The paintings of Hans Memling held in this museum are the St. Ursula Shrine, St. John Altarpiece, Diptych with Our Blessed Lady and Maarten van Nieuwenhoven, Mystical Marriage of St Catherine and two others. Painters and artists have made the city of Bruges a stop for all cultural and art enthusiasts. This ensures visiting Memling Museum would be a great wonder and will you with utmost artistic inspiration in case you were running low.
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