The Groeninge Museum is one of the municipal museums of the city of Bruges. It offers a fascinating overview of six centuries of art in Belgium. You can admire the world-famous Flemish Primitives here, as the collection includes masterpieces by Jan Van Eyck, Hugo van der Goes, Hans Memling and Gerard David. Furthermore, the Groeninge Museum presents a selection of works from the 18th and 19th centuries in the Neo-Classicist and Realist styles, milestones of Belgian Symbolism, and masterpieces of Flemish Expressionism.
Artistic works from the 15th to 21st century are grouped in the Groeninge Museum and the Arents House.
This museum is being re-installed at the moment, and is now gradually opening its doors. A number of rooms are still closed, and therefore you will receive a reduction.
The permanent collection offers a rich and fascinating array of artworks from the southern Netherlands (Belgium) over a period of six centuries.
All dates subject to change
In Arents House there are both various exhibitions of among others the rich drawing collection of the Steinmetzkabinet and a permanent presentation around the British-Bruges artist Frank Brangwyn.