The rather minor Arents Museum ("Arentshuis"), in the rich, patrician home of the Bruges family of that name, displaying impressive oil paintings of various historical phases of Bruges, but far less interesting examples of chinaware, silver and pewter, ink sketches and paintings by an English painter of the second rank, Frank Brangwyn—he bequeathed them to Bruges. Although the Arents can be skipped if you’re short of time, you will at least want to dart inside the courtyard for a free look at a glassed-in carriage museum of Bruges attached to the main house.
The Arents Museum
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sun 9:30am–5pm. Closed Jan 1, Ascension Day afternoon, and Dec 25 Phone 050/448-743 Prices Admission 6€ adults, 5€ seniors and ages 18–25, free ages 17 and under; admission included with Groeningemuseum ticket Web site The Arents Museum
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