This church was built and is still held by the Adornes family. No sticky laminated hard to understand sheets of information here. A brief Ken Burns style slide show explains everything to you. You walk into the church knowing what you're seeing. And it's worth seeing. Enjoy a pleasant walk outside of the tourist nonsense.. that takes you past some... 更多
The chapel is about a half mile walk from the Markt Sq. So, keep the distance in mind, if you have folks that are not able to walk a half mile. Plan for at least an hour to see everything and after the walk the Lace Museum is nearby. The chapel is almost 600 years old. It is owned by... 更多
The Jerusalem Chapel is part of a small family estate of the Adornes clan. There's a promotional video of the family to see and their small chapel but apart from that there is almost nothing. At 7 euros this is very poor value indeed.
If you love Dorothy Dunnett books the Adorne chapel cannot be missed. If you don't know her books read the first book in the Niccolo series which is set in c15 Bruges.
We did not go inside the church, but if I went back I would definitely go in. We came upon the courtyard and sat on the bench and took in the simple beauty of this place.
Well if you cant get to Jerusalem this mock up of the church of the holy sepulchre will do. Wacky family history and a rest in the Scottish tea room at the end of your visit.
We went into this place as we were curious about the architecture which is a little out of step with the rest of Bruges. It was fascinating and the church itself is beautiful and very interesting. Well worth the entry fee and highly recommended.
Really enjoyed our visit here. There was a charge of 7 euros but it was well worth every cent! The introductory video was very informative. The museum with interactive quizzes and puzzles was probably aimed at children but kept my husband and I amused for quite some time. It was great fun trying to do the jigsaws before the time... 更多
You get to see plenty of cathedrals but this was a look at a church built for a family. It was an interesting look into what people in the middle ages did to show their faith. It is off the beaten path so you will likely have the place to yourself.
I popped in on a quiet day and I can say that this is unlike any church I have ever been to. It is quite unique and you should judge for your self. There is also an attached museum which is ok and informative however, there is a video at the end which tells you everything you just read. I... 更多