The Church of Our Lady in Zonnebeke is the first modernist church built in Belgium after the First World War. The church was designed by renowned Bruges architect Huib Hoste. To make the tower with its panoramic view accessible, Zonnebeke is cooperating with the Horizon 2025 project of the Province of West Flanders and Westtoer. The new panoramic windows, spiral staircase and new floors create a contemporary interior.
An exhibition on the mezzanine floors will feature information on the history of Zonnebeke. The landscape is the central theme of the exhibition. The impact of World War I and the reconstruction of the tabula rasa landscape also plays an important role. Numerous historical elements are still visibly present in the landscape. From the new viewpoint, visitors thus have a view of the region’s history.
- Open daily from 10am to 5.30pm, with last entry at 4.30pm.
- Closed during the Christmas holidays
- From 5 December to 31 January open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4.30pm with last admission at 3.30pm.
- Group reservations (from 15 persons) possible via email to [email protected]
- Indicate: date and time: 9.30 am, 11.30 am, 1.30 pm or 3.30 pm, group name and number of persons
- TICKETS for individual visitors can be obtained ONLINE or at the tourist office reception.
- Entrance fee: Free
- Guided visit possible
- Guides should be requested at least 4 weeks in advance via email to [email protected]
- Rate guide 2020: €70.00, maximum 25 people per guide,
- Duration: 60 minutes