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We missed it when walking down the strret so keep an eye out. Its fairly small with three floors, top two floors are a small museum with the history of chocolate and how its made from then and today. There is a demonstration then downstairs...More
This is a museum dedicated to the story on chocolate. The clue is in the name! However, if you want to experience the story, I recommend you go to Maison Cailler in Switzerland (see my review!) as this is a tired and dull presentation in...More
We visited this attraction this morning. We really enjoyed the time we spent there, which was around 1 hour. There were plenty of samples to try and the demonstration was great, very informative. It was lovely that the chocolatier knew we were the only English...More
We visited this place thinking it will be a big chocolate factory but it was small place with not much to look at. Just a small museum about how the chocolate came to Brussels. Not really worth visiting unless you love chocolate.
Part of the Brussels Card free museums. If you are after tasters, don't bother with going upstairs! However, the museum part was interesting. The demo was 15mins and was fun. While we were waiting, the was unlimited buttons of white/milk/dark chocolate to try! Allow about...More
It is easy to walk past at first glance
Interesting and was very lucky it was not busy. As you would imagine, it is solely dedicated to the cocoa bean and heritage of chocolate
It does offer on each floor a FREE chocolate tasting
Great way to spend your time, find interesting things about chocolate, and eat a lot of it! Wonderful praline-making demonstration ended with sample testing. For only 6 euros, this is more than anyone can expect!
This was a complete treat! The demonstration was hilarious and informative, I ate so much chocolate here I think I reached my quota for the year. There was a ton of cool info and aptly priced (€6 for about an hours worth of fun). We...More
This museum takes you through the process of molding and making chocolate. It briefly teaches you the history of cocoa and chocolate, too. It is in a great area very close to many other tourist attractions in Brussels. Definitely recommend. The people working here were...More