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In the lace museum the accent is on contextualising the origins of lace and on some early developments. Displays include the basic techniques and movements, types of lace and their geographical origins, the lace industry then and now and lace...more
We bought the combined ticket (lace and folk museum) and we enjoyed the visit. Interesting and very informative with interactive activities to learn the basics! Good way to support a tradition that is finding its way in the modern times too!
We took a day trip to Bruges from Amsterdam and so glad we got to visit the Kantcentrum. The exhibit was well laid out and was very informative. The gentleman at the front desk was also very informative..told my wife and I a lot about...More
We went to the museum shop looking for antique lace. We found a beautiful piece which we are going to frame. The lady at the shop told us of a lace making demonstration across the street so we headed over.
We discovered that we had...More
I hobbled with a cane on an injured knee all the way from the Central Square to the Lace Center in the hopes that I might get to see a person doing this. Forget about getting a taxi for short hops in Bruges.. they only...More
Was encouraged by the guide from my river cruise to drop in and visit this museum when going to the lace shop nearby to purchase a piece to take home. The museum is small but has a wonderful exhibit and introductory film about traditional lace...More
Small but informative museum out in the northern area of saint anna (near to folkmuseum). In the afternoon there are live demonstartions of lace making. The highlight is an 89 year old who has made lace everyday since she was 6....It is breath taking to...More
A fabulous introduction to lace as well as an even more interesting stop if you have an appreciation for the Textile arts.
You enter the exhibits through the Gift Shop (which sells hand-made lacework and supplies) to see a short but informative film and view...More
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Kantcentrum, Katelijne at Kantcentrum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 December 2017
Response from Kantcentrum | Property representative |
you are welcom. We are open from monday till saterday between 9.30-17h. The demonstrations are only between 14-17h. you can inter the classroom, see the ladies/men at work and ask questions if you want to. The total... More
you are welcom. We are open from monday till saterday between 9.30-17h. The demonstrations are only between 14-17h. you can inter the classroom, see the ladies/men at work and ask questions if you want to. The total visit takes about 45 min.