I was very disappointed with this museum. There was very little information about its history as a hospital instead it was full of modern art. Definitely not what I expected! Would not recommend!
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They cleared out all the medical display to make room for an artist exhibit. Now as far as we are concerned the artist exhibition wasn't good at all but what I find frustrating is that to accomdate it they deprived us of our medical exhibition...More
I'm in the medical field, so this was a "must-see" for me. Imagine my surprise/disappointment to find out they had cleared out the medical display to make room for an artist exhibit. I can't remember the artist. I guess he's famous, but his work was...More
Although much of the hospital is being renovated, we enjoyed the exhibitions that are open to the public at this time. The art and artifacts are terrific.
Among the many attractions of Bruges, the Apothecary Museum (Apotheek) was a real highlight for me. This museum was a real learning experience: from the period herb knot gardens in the front to the courtyard with its well to the portraits of the institutions 'tutors'...More
Claimed to be the oldest surviving hospital in Europe, this place as a lot of history behind it. It was a functional hospital right from the medieval time up till a couple of decades back, when it was finally shut down. Now it is a...More
Picasso, Miro and Da Vinci exhibition really well set out worth seeing, very close to the De Halve Maan Brewery also well worth a visit.
Europe’s oldest hospital complex with its world class collection of early Flemish painting including masterpieces by Memling is hosting a remarkable show of South African contemporary artist and filmmaker William Kentridge. The combo of setting and dazzlingly original art (including works combining animation with object...More
Was expecting much more, so was disappointed to see only paintings as the hopsital part was closed for renovation.