Timings : Bruges Beer Museum: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM,
Friet Museum: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Diamant Museum: 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM,
Choco-Story: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Kantcentrum: (Closed on Sunday)
Museum: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM,
Lace demonstration: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : Bruges Beer Museum: EUR 6 - EUR 32,
Friet Museum: EUR 5 - EUR 7,
Diamant Museum: EUR 7 - EUR 21,
Choco-Story: EUR 8,
Kantcentrum: Eur 5 - EUR 6
The Bruges Beer Museum, Friet Museum, Diamant Museum, Choco-Story, Kantcentrum are experiences very distinct from the usual art galleries and historical monuments.
The Bruges Beer Museum is located at the top of the old post office building in Markt Square and is a fairly new addition. It opened its doors in 2014 to recount the history of beer in an innovative way, coupled with tasting samplers by the end of the tour. Choco-story or the Chocolate Museum will take you through the history ofchocolate and cocoa beans, dating back to when it was used as Aztec currency. Tracing its origin in America to its popularity in Europe, you ought to be curious about your favourite sugary delights. Watch how chocolate is made and needless to say, sink your teeth into some sinful decadence. FrietMuseum or Belgian Fries Museum is a glance into the history of this popular junk, clearing your misconception as to its origin (read Belgian). What more, you can enjoy a discount on fries in the basement of the same building on showing your entry ticket. The Diamant Museum - Watch the various techniques of diamond cutting and polishing, used in Bruges centuries ago. You can appreciate diamonds in their raw form as you observe them through microscopes in the laboratory. No free samples here though! Kantcentrum - The lace centre is a busy workshop and offers demonstrations of traditional lace making. Testimonies from international lace experts explain the different types of lace and their respective origins. You will be introduced to the complexities of 'spellenwerk', the art of making lace with pins and bobbins. Laceworks are available for purchase and are priced quite high for the manual labour invested.
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