A hidden gem in Bruges! It has been owned by the same family for generations, so is perfectly preserved. There is an admission fee, half price for under 26 year olds, there is also an interesting small museum. Worth a visit!
Being in the Chapel you really feel the history. Some of the places have the Holly Spirit. The Chapel is definately one of them. Better to do a tour it in a company of a local person or a guide, as every place in the town has a great story. Try to avoid weekends and summer time.
It was closed during Easter but the exterior is beautiful. This is the only copy of the Jerusalem church (which has been authorized to be built).The guide said you can go at the top of the church and have a great view of Bruges.
The Bruges By Night free walking tour introduces the history of this church really well and so we went back for a visit. Entry is chargeable as it is privately owned but not much and it is so beautiful. There is a lovely museum to visit first to learn about the history of the building the family, and the chapel... 更多
We only visited here on our last morning as we decided to go for a walk close to our hotel after checking out and storing our bags due to an evening flight. I had passed by the Jerusalem Church, wondered what was inside and was it worth a visit a few days before. The €7 charge did not put us... 更多
Lovely domain owned by the same family for 700 years! The Jerusalem Chapel is beautiful. The story is told very well by a film and then you are free to explore. Interesting history connecting Genoa, Jerusalem and Scotland with Bruges through religion, trade and politics.
This chapel houses a copy of the Tomb of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem - hence the name. The chapel houses artifacts from different time periods as it is a family chapel and has been in the same family since the Middle Ages. Interesting architectural space as well. The exhibition rooms have engaging touch screens with puzzles or quizzes to... 更多
This lovely gem from the 15th century is a small, private church with a small sanctuary and a tall tower that is completely open on the inside--so you can look all the way up to the roof structure. If you are into spectacular architecture or grand churches this is not for you. But if quaint and unusual spaces interest you... 更多
I love visiting old churches and crypts but this was very disappointing especially after all the great reviews. It was very expensive (7 Euro per person) for very little to see or learn about. The chapel is small (it has some interesting nooks and crannies and a beautiful tomb - also includes a few relics that might be worth seeing... 更多
I love church architecture and this quirky place of worship did not disappoint. It is the story of the church that is the most interesting though (the church is privately owned). There is a small room behind the altar that felt a little intrusive to visit but beyond that the place was very interesting. There is also a small honesty... 更多