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Jeruzalemkerk: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bruges: 1.5-Hour Dark Side of Bruges Private Evening Tour

1. Bruges: 1.5-Hour Dark Side of Bruges Private Evening Tour

Explore the lesser-known side of Bruges with your professional private guide to hear the story about the rise and fall of our city. During the 1.5-hour walking tour you'll learn about the city's history, find out interesting facts about medieval Bruges and discover dark stories and old legends. We'll finish the tour at a bar with a complementary beer.  Enjoy a perfect mix of history and dark stories, myths, old legends, interesting facts, and hidden gems — everything to make your time in Bruges memorable and exciting. As it is a private tour, it can be customized based on your preferences and indications. The tour ends at the Bauhaus bar, a famous local pub where you will receive a Belgian beer. Stops included on the tour: + the Market Square, + Jan Van Eyck Square, + the Ghost house, + the Golden Hand Canal, + Sint-Anna Quarter, + the Jerusalem Church, + St. John's Mill, and many more!

Bruges: Adornes Domain and Jerusalem Chapel Entry Tickets

2. Bruges: Adornes Domain and Jerusalem Chapel Entry Tickets

With a ticket to the Adornes Domain, you will discover the life of Anselm Adornes in the museum. The pilgrim, adventurer, knight and diplomat was the most important member of the Adornes family. You will learn about the special symbols of the Jerusalem Chapel that Anselm built after a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Experience the Scottish Lounge and find out why Anselm Adornes had a special relationship with Scotland. Check out the temporary contemporary art exhibitions and during the summer months, have a stroll in the huge garden! The domain was founded in the 15th century by the Adornes family, originating from the Italian city of Genoa. It comprises the Jerusalem Chapel, several almshouses and a mansion.The family chapel was consecrated in 1429 and was inspired by the Church of the holy sepulchre in Jerusalem. The architecture, interior and exceptional relics provide an exceptional illustration of the Adornes family’s great reverence for Jerusalem. Remarkably, the Adornes estate has remained within the family since its foundation. Today, the Count and Countess Maximilien de Limburg stirum, now the seventeenth generation, passionately devote themselves to the preservation of this unique part of the heritage of Bruges. They wish to share this historic and cultural experience with the visitor while preserving the intimate and family character of the place. Sharing to bring alive – Bringing alive to preserve Make the acquaintance of one of the most prominent families in 15th-century Bruges. The film and the exhibition in the almshouses depict the life of Anselm Adornes, a life engaged in trade, diplomacy and devotion. Then immerse yourself in the magnificence and mystery of the Jerusalem Chapel and admire what makes it so unique! Finally, enjoy a pleasant break in the elegant and family atmosphere of the Scottish Lounge.

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What people are saying about Jeruzalemkerk

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 23 reviews

Thank you Louis, you not only got to know us Bruges in a very pleasant way. The extra quotes and stories were really the icing on the cake. Our daughter is a huge fan now. The way you respond to the interest of your group is great. We'll be back for sure.

Inspiring and enthusiastically presented stories and legends about the city and its history, at various locations in the center of Bruges.

Excelent experience with Mauricio guide. Very interesting explanations with a deep knowledge of the Bruges history. Absolutely recommend!

Our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable. He made the tour very fun and engaging, and all with a personal touch.

Nico was a great tour guide! He was extremely knowledgeable and a great storyteller. We really enjoyed our evening.