Bruges City Hall

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Burg 12
8000, Brugge

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  • Monday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Sunday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

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🗣️ Bruges City Hall: Des avis

4.9/5 (51 Des avis)
La ventana G.p. 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Love this place, had an amazing architecture you can feel like travel in time

Mixa LFC 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Such a Nice Looking historical place!

Nick Coffin 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: A magnificent assembly room in the late 19th century Gothic style

Shachar Pinkas 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: One of the best looking buildings in Bruges, and that says a lot.

Mihai Bordeianu 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Superb!

Rudy S 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Nice omg town

Joy Wong 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Wonderfully elaborate paintings along the City Hall. The paintings are well preserved and you can grab a laminated poster to read about each scene. Tickets cost €7 and grants entry to the adjacent Bruges Vrije.

Szilvia Vass 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: In Christmas time it was very beautiful

Ginette Vandenkerckhove 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Nice

Animesh Kumar 1 year ago

Expérience positive: A historic gothic architecture, located in the famous market square of Brugges. You can enter and see a small part of the hall for free but there is an entrance fee for the museum. Due to the shortage of time we didn’t enter the museum.

Andrei Tugui 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: The best

Tomasz Feliks 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Impressive architecture and craftmanship.

Zane Ruehrwein 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Beautiful area lined with cobble stone streets and waffle vendors

Sharon Gerulath 1 year ago

Expérience positive: A beautiful small museum featuring a gothic hall depicting important events in the history of Bruges. Explanations and details are well explained in guides offered in several languages or by audio guide (qr code scanning).

Mas Hassan 1 year ago

Expérience positive: An historic place in the centre of Bruges where public is allowed to roam freely in the main entrance hall but one has to pay to visit the museum. The interior is dull looking and dark coloured walls and floor with less aesthetic appeal.

Stefan 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Excellent location for a city break

Mahabaleshwara BL 1 year ago

Expérience positive: Bruges, the capital of West Flanders in northwest Belgium, is distinguished by its canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. Its port, Zeebrugge, is an important center for fishing and European trade. In the city center’s Burg square, the 14th-century Stadhuis (City Hall) has an ornate carved ceiling. Nearby, Markt square features a 13th-century belfry with a 47-bell carillon and 83m tower with panoramic views. Location : It is about 95 km from Brussels. Public transport is available. but better to take a tour package so as to cover Ghent as well. We took Getyourguide package. A nice bus with a guide and audio kit was well organised. Entry Ticket: The boat ride was optional. We did not take the option, rather we moved around on our own. One can opt while booking or at the place. What we did : The place is very nice to walk around. Lot of gothic style buildings, lot of places to eat and drink. We looked around and decided to take " Historium". It was really good. It has a VR show, museum, and climb up in the tower to have beautiful panoramic city view. It was worth 25 euros per person. It talks about the history of Bruges. VR show was really good.

matthias gevaert 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: M g

jazadjinska mimi 1 year ago

Expérience positive: Gotic hall, nicely decorated!All over it has pictures through which history is told. It took them 9 years to agree which picture should be drawn! You read the story by your self from a plastic paper.Entrance 7 euro for this hall and the court house.

1girl 1passport 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: If you are in the square this building is hard to miss. The architecture is stunning and very beautiful. Unfortunately we were not able to go inside since we were on a tight schedule but I heard it's also worth visiting. It's worth stopping by whether you go inside or outside.

Chris G 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: One of the most beautiful city halls

Rushmi Sethi 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The City hall of Bruges in Belgium is an imposing 14th-century Gothic building housing a collection of Bruges' historic artefacts. Horse drawn carriages near here take you to Minnewaterpark.

NeZz Moy 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Huge museum nd classic design

Satya R 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: People still get married in the same town hall. It's on the 1st floor.

Marinescu Claudiu 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Maybe the best place to visit in Bruges. Here you will find a lot of restaurants, waffles and beer.

Chandan B S 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: One of the magnificent structure of bruges.. Never seen anything like that anywhere in Belgium. Unfortunately this turned out to be our last stop of the evening and could not get inside at 5.30 pm.

Petre Mitrea 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: After a fire in the city's Belfry in 1280 the old Ghyselhuus, which had already fallen into disuse as the jail of the count of Flanders, became the meeting place for the city council. In 1376 the Ghyselhuus was pulled down and replaced by a new purpose built council building. Count Louis laid the foundation stone. Responsibility for its construction was given Jan Roegiers, and the project was completed, eventually, in 1421.[3] The City Hall is the earliest late Gothic monumental-style municipal council building in Flanders or Brabant: its flamboyant opulence testifies to the city's economic and political power at a time when the population of Bruges is believed to have reached more than 37,000, or even 45,000 people. The pioneering stone facade of the oldest part, which during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was several times extended towards the south, inspired in quick succession the city halls of Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Oudenaarde. The building's admirers highlight the effect of the "Brugian span", referring to the abundance of repeating systematically positioned niches encompassing the windows, though it is not clear that this effect was invented in Bruges. The statues under the stone baldachin-canopies on the building's facade have been renewed several times. At the time of the French Revolution all the statues were destroyed. A small number of genuine pieces are now included in the collections of the city museum. The crenelated facade is topped off with little turrets and the roof is decorated with its own little crests and dormers. In 1766 the door on the left side of the building's facade was repositioned to make the overall effect more symmetrical.

Lourense information technology solutions 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: An amazing beautiful place.

Ann Marie Smith 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Mind blown, the artwork from the 14th century is absolutely beautiful. Some of it looks like 3D the detail the stories. I loved this place, kids liked it to. You receive an audio guide you scan the pic click the white circle and hear the information. If you were on the fence I say DEFINITELY GO !!

ITZEL ACOSTA 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: My favorite place

Javier Virues 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Don’t miss the archaeological remains of st donation church in the basement. Such a treat away from the crowds!

Kevin 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: This small museum was actually very well put together and I think well worth the price. It very systematically goes through the history of the city, and some of the conflicts that they’ve had. The multi-lingual handouts are good at explaining each of the rooms you’re in in a logical manner. Probably the best laid out museum that we were in on our whole Europe trip.

Phuong Nguyen 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Nice place. Also people working at city archive are very friendly and helpful.

Aditya Sarkar 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: This is a cool historic building in Burg square in Bruges. It's next to the Basilica of the Holy Blood, which is a great building to visit, so you can probably check this out on the way. The entrance was covered by a concern venue, but we could still the see architecture, which was beautiful. Definitely worth a stop!

BradJill 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Stadhuis (town hall) is a 14th century gem of an attraction that is very much worth visiting while sightseeing in Bruges. Opening hours are 9.30-5pm. Entry fee is now €6 per person and includes access to the Brugse Vrije (Liberty of Bruges) also at Burg Square. Stadhuis has one of the most beautiful buildings in Bruges. You will find a heavily gilded and decorative facade that is delightful to see and photograph. And as impressive as the exterior of the building is, it is the remarkable Gothic Hall that will take your breath away. Inside Stadhuis, you will be able to enter the upstairs Gothic Hall, a wonderfully preserved hall covered with 19th-century murals of important historical figures and events. Other Gothic features line the walls and ceiling, complementing the murals delightfully. Once inside, simply take a seat in one of the many rows of chairs and simply enjoy what you are looking at. Note that there are laminated information cards near the entrance into the Gothic Hall which provides descriptions for each of the murals within. Walk in a clockwise direction starting from the front right side of the hall. There is a side room with displays of important documents, maps, texts and wall maps of Bruges through the centuries. This is worth a few minutes to browse and enjoy after taking in the splendour of the Gothic Hall.

steven frombelgium 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Historic city hall, a very beautiful building on a very beautiful square in a very beautiful town!

Jamie Palliser 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Looks amazing in the little square during the day but even more so when lit up at night

Just one travel lover 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Free entrance to main floor, painting of famous people , significant for Brugge. Open till 4.30 pm

Frank dnb 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Beautiful city hall, I highly suggest going inside and paying to go check out the inside hall, totally worth it.

Stephen Digby 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: City Hall (Stadhuis) is a superb building that has been altered by time and events over the life of the city. Public access is free to the entrance hall (with some displays and multimedia), but access upstairs to the Gothic Hall (Gotische Zaal) and display room costs (Museum Pass accepted).

Ben Sam 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Love this small's beautiful anywhere you see...It's a must when you visit Belgium

Le Nguyen Nhu Anh 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Love the place, the architecture is amazing.

Malcolm Ryder 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: These buildings were constructed hundreds of years ago!

D.A. 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Stunning 14th century Gothic building that is now the City Hall - probably one of the most beautiful I have seen.

mifta kj 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Very nice and beauty City Hall with clean environment i love brugge city and around. Very nice view with canal around.

Master iOqY 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Adjacent to the medieval entrance to Brugge is this grand City Hall. It's gothic design leads your eyes upwards with large slender windows. Almost looks like a church but it's not and has been in continuous civic use since the 14th century. Another example where it is a civic building instead of a church that is the centre of a main square in Northern Europe instead of a church that is prevalent more as the center of a town square in the South.


Expérience fantastique: At No. 12 of the square we see the Town Hall Stands from 1375 with its facade decorated with turrets and statues. The original was destroyed by the bombings of the French. The building is located the mayor's office and the hall of the city council. From the reception area, the staircase leads to a beautiful Gothic conference room open to the public with a ticket. Impeccably renovated, it features a beautiful wood-carved roof with 16 columns that feature representations of the seasons and elements of nature. The paintings represent an important fact in the history of the city and were completed in 1895.

christophe christiaens 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Definitely worth paying the entrance fee for the main hall. Downstairs there is also a very interesting painting of napoleon.

MLVC CN 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: One of my favorite city halls in Belgium. The city is like the Venice of Belgium.

Justin Sytsma 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Takes your breath away.

Igor Z 7 years ago

Expérience fantastique: There is only one thing to see really - the extremely impressive main banquet hall which is covered in painted plasterwork. Do get the laminated guide card as you enter, and follow it around the hall as you learn about each scene describing important moments from the history of Bruges. You can also just sit in one of the chairs and let it all sick in. There is also a side room with a few exhibits on the history of Bruges but it's very badly organised (guide card order doesn't match the display cases), and like in most Bruges museums English writing is often absent from the labels or in this case even the guide). But the main hall alone is definitively worth the ticket price!

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