Town Hall, Bruges

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Timings : Monday – Sunday: 09:30 AM – 05:00 PM

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0-12 years - Free
13-25 - EUR 6.00
26+ - EUR 7.00

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Town Hall, Bruges, Bruges Overview

The Town Hall of Bruges, also known as Stadhuis is one of the oldest city halls in the Netherlands. It was built over a period between 1376-1421. Located in Burg Square, the hall is built in an ornate Gothic style. The cobblestone street leads to a stone fa├žade which is one of the oldest parts of the building. The City Hall showcases the splendour of Bruges over the centuries and depicts a wide range of artwork, right from the battle of the golden spurs. A visual treat in the form of wall-painted murals, gothic-style windows, statues, and coat of the arm of subordinate towns is promised. The ground floor offers a free exhibition, demonstrating the evolution of the Burg Square evolution. A traditional staircase leading to the first floor opens to a polychrome vault and lavish gothic windows. A hall adjacent to Stadhuis opens to the city's history with impressive artwork and bona fide documents that make it a must-visit.

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