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Jerusalem Church (Jeruzalemkerk)

Peperstraat 1, Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 33 88 83
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Peperstraat 1, Bruges 8000, Belgium
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a small museum and chapel but no less interesting for that. Well worth an hour of your time in Bruges. There's also a comfortable lounge where you can have a welcome sit down and coffee and cake. Very helpful and welcoming staff.

Thank cowfold2
Reviewed 1 week ago

This church was built and is currently maintained by a Bruges family after their trip to Jerusalem. There is a museum with a decent video on the history of the church and then you can enter the chapel. There was a private event for the...More

Thank T_Sicily
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fascinating architecture and an interesting history of an old Bruges family . A nice place to rest and relax away from busier spots in Bruges. Around a 20 min stroll from the Markt passing fabulous churches and bridges over the canals. There is a lovely...More

Thank hellywelly99
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fascinating history. Learned so much about the history of this region through the story of the family that still owns the Jerusalem church and runs the museum. My favorite part of the trip.

Thank Mary K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This church was originally built by the Adornes family and is still owned by the family to this day. The Museum/Church actually contains a museum describing the history of the family, which is itself very interesting. Then there's the church, supposedly modelled on the Church...More

2  Thank macedonboy
Reviewed 13 June 2017

I've been to Bruges on numerous occasions but never walked over here. That was a mistake. Very enjoyable visit. The historical family aspect gives it some added interest, but the church itself is lovely.

1  Thank Rob N
Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

Me and my mum travel to Jerusalem for pilgrims. The travel agent organised our trip and the tour guide was absolutely awesome. Love the country I love the people. GOD bless all.

Thank Larozeta
Reviewed 5 June 2017

Interesting church with skulls on a frieze behind the altar. Built by a family based on a trip to Jerusalem.

Thank Patricia S
Reviewed 3 June 2017

A stunningly beautiful little chapel in a very interesting little estate in the centre of Bruges. The chapel has it's own very unique style, everywhere you look there is another interesting carving/painting to catch your eye. The alter covered in skulls was one of my...More

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

If you are really a fan of churches (or want to see a replica of the church in Jerusalem, or want to see the relic (claimed to be wood from the cross)) then it might be worth 7 euro but otherwise not. The museum is...More

Thank almostunreal
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10am-5pm Mon-Sat. Closed Sundays and holidays.
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