Raphael was found dead in St Peter’s Abbey. An accident? Or murder? In seventeen episodes, the digital monk Alison will take you on an exciting and mysterious journey through Flanders’ oldest monument.

The story about the death of his young friend will take you to places you would otherwise never have the opportunity to see. Along the way, you will discover lots of beautiful treasures – from the Medieval refectory to the majestic abbey church, a beautiful garden and seemingly enormous attics. You will literally hover between heaven and earth. Get ready to be amazed, time and time again!

The movie guide is available throughout the year at the desk of St Peter’s Abbey.Just put on the headset and get ready to be immersed in the history of the abbey for an hour and a half. Duration: 90 minutes.

Online ticketing St. Peters Abbey

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the number of visitors is limited and it is advisable to book a ticket in advance. Wearing a face mask is mandatory (+12 years).
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