The Bruges Hospital Museum consists of two unique locations: Old St John’s Hospital and the Potterie, both of which are located in medieval hospital buildings. St John’s is world-famous for its outstanding collection of paintings by Hans Memling and its fully preserved seventeenth-century pharmacy. What makes the collections of St John’s Hospital and the Potterie Museum unique, moreover, is that they are displayed in their original context. Memling’s paintings were done for St John’s, where they hang to this day. Extensively illustrated, accessibly written and with a fresh design, this guide is the ideal companion for a visit to the famous Hospital Museum in Bruges.