Practical details

Are you planning a visit with your school? If so, get in touch in advance with Jelle Deltombe via jde@adornes.org

There is a special price for school groups: 2 euros per child. Accompanying adults are admitted free. There must be at least one adult per 10 children.

Anselm Adornes, your guide to the Middle Ages

- Teachers can use the following themes (which are also covered in the didactic museum) as inspiration: 

  • The life of Anselm Adornes (1424-1483), businessman, knight and diplomat (12 minute film)
  • Tournaments and the Order of the White Bear
  • Alum, a precious commodity (commerce, wool dyeing process and fabric making)
  • Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, voyages and diplomacy
  • Devotion to Jerusalem, Saint Catherine and the relics
  • Stained-glass windows, a craft.

- Numerous history of art themes can be broached in the Chapel (15th and 16th century Flemish painting among others).

One-day visit to Bruges

Bruges is a city with a huge amount to see. The Grote Markt, the Belfry, the beguinage, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, the Minnewater Park,... these are just a few of the many places of interest the city has to offer. So a visit to the Adornes Domain could be part of a well-filled programme for the day.

For more tourist information about Bruges you can visit the City of Bruges website