The Provinciaal Hof is a building which was the former meeting place of the provincial government of West Flanders, the building is situated on the Markt Square in Bruges, Belgium. The Neo-Gothic building was opened in 1892 built to the designs of architects Louis Delacenserie and Rene Buyck. The building was used for government meetings until 1999. Today, the building is used for ceremonies and exhibitions.
If travelling to Bruges by car, there is the main parking garage about a 5-minute walk away from the square on which the building is situated. If staying in Bruges city centre then the best option is to walk. Otherwise, buses run towards the square from other parts of the city, get on the 2, 3, 4, 13, 14 or 90 heading for the Markt.
Opening Times and Admission
The building is open during the normal working hours.