Torture Museum Oude Steen, Bruges

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  • Very good and atmospheric Museum. Could be good, if you had diakaiotero (cheaper) price of entry. And even if the (sole) official entry DOES NOT '' forgot '' to cut after my payment receipt (issued after I made the relevant comment)! I note that entered the Museum on 2/8/2017 at 10:55 in the morning.
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  • This museum to get an idea on the evolution of the torture since antiquity. Some parts are very impressive and allow us to enjoy the time in which we live.
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  • This kind of a museum is nothing strange in Europe. I've seen plenty of them and though some may consider it repetitive I think it's still fun. This museum isn't very large and I think they display ab...  more »
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  • Fun, and yet inexpensive. They have a lot of things to view/read and replicas of some torture devices. I would definitely recommend...for both amusement and tortuous fun. :)
  • Very good museum (not for kids) It is sad to see how ppl from long ago dreamed up so many ways to give pain to their peers .
  • Only a small museum but very interesting. Lots of things to see considering its size. Very good value for money.
  • Good history of torture. Not for the squeamish or young children.
  • This place is small but worth a look in. Wax works are used to demonstrated the horrid instruments of torture which are annotated by multi-lingual signs. Really interesting and leaves you thankful you don't live in 16th century Europe.