Late evening opening in Jerusalem Chapel on Saturday 2 September 2017.

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Late evening opening in Jerusalem Chapel on Saturday 2 September 2017.

August 12, 2017 - 16:20
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In the evening, when the mantle of darkness gently descends and candlelight softly illuminates the gothic facades of the Adornes domain, the Jerusalem chapel is bathed in an enchanting atmosphere. 

 

Bruges is undeniably one of the most romantic cities in Europe. Its canals, old bridges, paved streets…and above all its Lake of Love and Bridge of Love are all testaments to its charm. The Adornes Domain, a unique 600-year-old private family-owned estate, is a charming haven of peace and an atmospheric hark back to medieval times.To let you really experience the beauty of the Adornes domain, the Adornes team will once again organise a late evening opening on Saturday 2 September 2017. Fancy a walk in this amazing atmosphere? The chapel and gardens will be illuminated by candles only, in order to highlight and underline the medieval and mystical atmosphere of the site.

Would you like a chat with friends while sipping a glass of champagne?
A bar with champagne (other drinks will be available too) and finger food will increase the cosiness and conviviality even further. Open from 18.30 until 22.30.
It is not necessary to register for this late evening opening.
We will warmly welcome you!

♥ Visit the enchanting Jerusalem Chapel with a special romantic atmosphere of candlelight and music (the Museum will also be accessible).

♥ Apéritif drinks and appetisers will be served in the cosy and romantic atmosphere of the estate’s Scottish Lounge.

Event fee :
- 17 euros for the late night special event (appetisers + a glass of champagne).
- 14 euros for the late-night special event (appetisers + a glass of wine).
- 12 euros for the late-night special event (appetisers + a beer or a soft drink).

As a couple or as a single person, everyone is welcome. Come and share a magical moment at Adornes!

(Translated from Flemish by A. Blondeel)