The Tudor castle in Bruges

The Tudor estate is a castle with gardens in the Sint-Andries district of Bruges. The property consists of a forest with a park, flower gardens, and a unique herb garden. The main attraction in the park is the neo-Gothic country house in "Tudor-style" also called the castle.


It was built in 1904 and is one of the last castles in Bruges. In 1980 the castle and the estate were bought by the city of Bruges. Now the castle has a restaurant with lounges and a bar, all open to the public. In 1991 the castle and its gardens were listed as a protected estate.

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