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new The splendour of two Ghent city palaces

Hotel d'Hane Steenhuyse and House Arnold Vander Haeghen

Leave the busy shopping street for a while and get carried away through the 18th century. Two beautiful city palaces reveal their history. Enjoy the stories of the former residents and the majestic interiors.

More about this tour

Step back in time and discover the grandeur of days gone by. 

Hotel d'Hane Steenhuyse is one of the best preserved and most beautiful of all 18th-century city palaces in our country. Its remarkable residents and royal guests, its rich history and stunning décor make this 'hôtel de maître' an absolute must-see! 

The drawing room of House Arnold Vander Haeghen surprises every visitor with its exclusive, Chinese, hand-painted, silk wall coverings. Within this genre, this room is among the masterpieces in Europe, as only a few examples have been preserved in their entirety. 

Practical information

Visits only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Meeting point Hotel d' Hane Steenhuyse, Veldstraat 55, 9000 Gent
Point of arrival Huis Arnold Vander Haeghen, Veldstraat 82, 9000 Gent
Languages Dutch, French, English, German, Gents
Price from € 130
Duration 2 h