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24.04.2021 20:00

Nocturne

Pay what you can

Heritage Day:
Video - Roger Van Bockstaele over het Oud Huis

Erfgoeddag (Heritage Day) — De Nacht

During Heritage Day 2021, we open at night. All exhibitions can be visited, a new exhibition (Bioscopic Books) opens and we present a video interview with the Honorary Dean of Patershol, Roger Van Bockstaele (98), who delves into his memory about the history of the Old House and the 15th century mural (video: Shivadas De Schrijver.)

Saturday 24 April, 20:00 - 22:00

Honorary "Deken" Roger Van Bockstaele on the Old House
De nacht erfgoeddag