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*<see name="The Hospital of St John" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.brugge.be/internet/en/musea/Hospitaalmuseum/Historische_hospitalen_1/index.htm" hours="09:30 - 17:00, Closed Mondays" price="€6 with Bruges card / €8" lat="" long="">Sint-Janshospitaal contains a museum of six paintings by Hans Memling, within the early medieval hospital buildings.</see>
 
*<see name="The Hospital of St John" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.brugge.be/internet/en/musea/Hospitaalmuseum/Historische_hospitalen_1/index.htm" hours="09:30 - 17:00, Closed Mondays" price="€6 with Bruges card / €8" lat="" long="">Sint-Janshospitaal contains a museum of six paintings by Hans Memling, within the early medieval hospital buildings.</see>
  
*<see name="Choco-Story Museum" alt="" address="Wijnzakstraat 2 (Sint-Jansplein)" directions="" phone="050/61.22.37" url="http://www.choco-story.be/" hours="10AM-5PM" price="€6 with Bruges card / €7" lat="51.2107" long="3.22625">This museum, on several floors of a period house, describes chocolate's transition from cocoa into chocolate. It is run by the Belgian chocolate manufacturer Belcolade. Stay for the chocolate making exhibition to get some excellent samples.</see>
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*Bruges is visited by a huge number of tourists and it sometimes becomes quite annoying, especially around the Markt and Burg squares. The important thing to remember, however, is that very few tourists venture far away from the main shopping area, so if you want some peace and quiet you should simply explore the many small cobbled streets away from the main squares.
  
*<see name="DiamantMuseum" alt="" address="Katelijnestraat 43" directions="" phone="050 33 63 26‎" url="http://www.diamondmuseum.be/" hours="10:30AM-5:30PM" price="Individuals €6, Groups €4.5, Students €3" lat="51.2027" long="3.22569">Diamond museum has a large range of exhibits ranging from mining all the way to polishing and all the history in between. Everyday at 12:15 there is a live polishing demonstration. </see>
 
 
*<see name="The Friet Museum" alt="" address="Vlamingstraat" directions="opposite Academiestraat" phone="+32 50 34 01 50" url="http://frietmuseum.be/" hours="10AM-5PM" price="" lat="" long="">Check out the world's only frites (fries or chips) museum which tells the story of the humble potato from South America and how it has evolved into a fry. Don't forget to try the tastiest fries cooked by the guy who cooked for the Belgian Royal Family. 6 € : adult
 
5 € : group (from 15 people, reservation required)
 
5 € : students, 65+
 
4 € : children from 6 to 11 years.</see>
 
 
Bruges is visited by a huge number of tourists and it sometimes becomes quite annoying, especially around the Markt and Burg squares. The important thing to remember, however, is that very few tourists venture far away from the main shopping area, so if you want some peace and quiet you should simply explore the many small cobbled streets away from the main squares.
 
 
*<see name="Lucifernum" alt="retsin's lucifernum" address="Twijnstraat 6-8" directions="city center" phone="" url="http://www.lucifernum.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">An amazing (private) art gallery with Gothic cemetery in a subtropic garden located in the old Freemasons temple (1756 - 1882)
 
*<see name="Lucifernum" alt="retsin's lucifernum" address="Twijnstraat 6-8" directions="city center" phone="" url="http://www.lucifernum.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">An amazing (private) art gallery with Gothic cemetery in a subtropic garden located in the old Freemasons temple (1756 - 1882)
 
1000m2 art and mystery in Bruges' old city center. Open on Sundays from 18:00 till 21:00
 
1000m2 art and mystery in Bruges' old city center. Open on Sundays from 18:00 till 21:00

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