If the Flemish Masters have held you rapt, then prepare to indulge your attraction at Bruges’ premier fine art museum, which holds a fabulous collection of artists such as Van der Weyden, Van Eyck, Memling, and Bruegel. This small museum is absolutely chock full of delightful works of art, including the Flemish Primitives. This rich collection of Flemish and Belgian paintings spanning six centuries is focused, thoughtful and thoroughly enjoyable.


Dijver 12
8000 Bruges


+32 50 44 87 11

Accessibility information

At the Guido Gezelleplein, less than 200 meters from the museum, there are two adapted parking spaces. You can avoid the rounded cobblestones of the path through the courtyard and a steep slope by taking side alley Groeninge. It has flat cobblestones. The entrance through the double doors is without thresholds. All rooms are sufficiently large ande easily accessible. The slope to the shop is somewhat steeper. All paintings are visible to everyone. All texts in the works are legible for everyone. The space on the route to and inside the adapted toilet is narrow, but usable with assistance or some manoeuvring. A grab rail is provided. The sink is difficult to use. Special guided tours can be requested for persons with visual impariments.

Local map

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