Dating from 1665, and rebuilt stone by stone in its current place, the City Hall of Bergues hosts administrative services, but also two reception rooms, one of which became famous for hosting a famous film wedding, in 1997
The Bollezeele Town Hall, a Flemish neo-Gothic building, is a very beautiful and relatively new building, inaugurated in 1933. At the back of it you will find a Jeu de Paume square, a very popular game in the flemish villages.
The richness of the exterior architecture complements the inner wealth of the Town Hall which traces the history of the city, including the Battle of Hondschoote. The City Hall also hosts a museum on the 1st floor and the Harvest Museum, in the cellars of the Town Hall
468 route de la Couronne de Bierne