A Crispy Visit at Friet Museum, Bruge

Do you like fries? Who doesn’t? Well, this is a great chance for you all pommes frites enthusiasts because Frietmuseum in Bruges is the house of fries. Here you can find out everything you want to know about fries. It’s fun, catchy for entire family! It is the first institution in the world dedicated to French fries. The Bruges Chip Museum, or Het Frietmuseum, is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm. However, it can be opened on request, after hours, for groups. The Bruges Chip Museum is closed on 24th, 25th and 31st December, 1st January and 10 th to 21 st January 2011. The entrance ticket is not very expensive, that is, 6 €: adults, 5 €: groups (of 15 people or more, reservation required), students, 65+ and 4 €: children from 6 to 12 years. Take your time to visit all the three parts of Het Frietmuseum in Bruges, which is made up from the history of the potato, the history of fries, and in the end you can taste some of the delicious French fries.

Fries Museum - Source europe.eurostar.com
Fries Museum – Source europe.eurostar.com


Fries Museum, Brugge - Source bbc.co.uk
Fries Museum, Brugge – Source bbc.co.uk


Friet Museum, Bruge - Source visitflanders.us
Friet Museum, Bruge – Source visitflanders.us

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