Adornes Museum, Jerusalem Chapel and shop
Mondays to Saturdays, 10 am to 5 pm
From 1/04 until 30/09: open until 6pm on Saturdays
Closed on Sundays and on public holidays
COVID-19 & THE REOPENING OF THE ADORNES DOMAIN AS OF 18 MAY 2020
After more than two months of closure, the National Security Council gave the go-ahead for the Adornes Domain to re-open to visitors. However, the Covid-19 threat has not yet left us, so we have prepared the domain to offer you as safe and as pleasant a visit as possible.
What to take into account:
- The rules of social distancing continue to apply: keep one and a half meters distance from each other and from the staff. Take into account the signs on the ground.
- Wear a face mask if possible.
- Disinfection gel is available at several places at the domain. So please wash your hands often.
- We regularly clean the toilets, handles and other sensitive areas.
- The Scottish Lounge will remain closed for the time being.
- Follow the established route at the domain.
- We have had to limit the number of visitors to the domain.
To give every visitor the chance to visit the Adornes Domain with tranquility and safely, we ask you to make a reservation. This can be done by telephone (050/33 88 83) or by e-mail (email@example.com).
- You choose a date and you suggest an hour when you would like to come.
- You will receive a confirmation from us. If there are too many visitors booked at your proposed time, we will send you back a proposed time slot.
- Payment is done at Reception and can only be done with bank or charge cards.
Maximum 5 persons per reservation. Group visits are not yet possible.
See you soon !
EASY TO GET TO
10 minutes' walk from the Grote Markt in Bruges.
Adornes Domain is situated in a low-traffic neighbourhood. There is a cycle rack on the forecourt in front of the chapel. An extra cycle rack will soon be installed in the garden.
Paid car parking is obligatory throughout the city centre, from 9.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. You can easily park your car in one of the underground car parks, which is usually less expensive.
The most inexpensive and largest car park is next to the railway station: you pay € 3.50 a day, bus transfer with De Lijn to and from the city centre for 4 passengers included. The bus connects the railway station and the centre every five minutes.
The Park and Ride areas are situated right outside of the city centre. Here you can park your car for free and for longer duration. The city centre is a stone’s throw away on foot or by bus.
Here is the city information regarding car parking in Bruges:
From the station to the Adornes estate
6 minutes’ walk from the Coupure bus-stop (lines 6 & 16) via Predikherenstraat and Molenmeers.
6 minutes’ walk from the Gouden Handstraat bus-stop (lines 4 & 14) via Carmerstraat and Jeruzalemstraat.
From the Adornes estate to the station
Note: on lines 6 & 16, a small part of the return journey takes a different route. You can ask for directions to the correct bus-stop at the Adornes estate reception desk.
Plan your journey with the De Lijn Route-planner.
No coaches are allowed into the city centre.
Here is the city information regarding coaches and parking in Bruges:
30 minutes’ walk from Bruges train station. Buses 6, 16 & 4, 14 take you from the train station to the Coupure or Gouden Handstraat bus-stops.
Prepare your journey with the NMBS Travel Planner.
IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Lace Centre: 2 minutes' walk
St Anne's Church: 2 minutes' walk
Folklore Museum: 3 minutes' walk
English Covent: 4 minutes' walk
Windmills: 5 minutes' walk
Gezelle Museum: 6 minutes' walk
St Sebastian Archery Club (website only in NL): 8 minutes' walk