Veurne Town Hall

The Flemish Renaissance Town Hall was built in 1596 (left) and 1612 (right). It has a double pedimented façade with an elegant loggia and a small onion-domed turret crowning a staircase at the back. Inside, the walls are lined with fine leather from Cordoba or from Mechelen and blue velvet from Utrecht. Also note the 18C furniture and paintings including a still life attributed to Robert de Vynck.

Useful information

Address : 

Grote Markt 29, 8630 Veurne

Phone:

+32 58 33 05 31

Price:

3 €

Opening hours

contact visitor centre for timetable

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