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All reviews free bar chocolate samples praline making cocoa beans free samples several floors gift shop self guided tour worth a visit interesting history different languages fries demo aztec chocolatier belgium production
It’s all new. Moved premises & it’s all sparkly & clean. Loads of info re background to Cocoa Beans, but all our minds were in the tasting!! Lisa our demonstrator did a fab job of showing how to make pralines. Worth the entrance fee 👍👍
Spent about an hour here. It’s a good little tour and not bad value at €9,50 for an adult. You get a lot of freebies. Tip: there’s dark chocolate buttons on floor 1, then milk and white buttons on floor 2. Don’t go too heavy...More
Personally I found the history of chocolate making interesting, but this really isn't somewhere with great interest for children. Mine are teenagers and were very bored, but I think they would have been at any age.
The best part was the eat all you want...More
My fiance and I visited this museum and we both loved it. The little chocolate bar you got as you entered was a nice surprise already and they had lots of interesting stories in the museum with most room equipped with choc-dispensers that you could...More
This exhibition starts off with the Mayans and Aztecs and how they found and used cocoa, then tells you the development of chocolate, and how it’s processed. Each room contains information and pictures on the wall, with some objects to look at and little Lego...More
We visited the choco story museum on Brugge we thought is was a very simple museum. It told the story of Chocolat making qand that was it. The gave us one little Chocolat bar to taste and that was it.
There were to groups of...More
The great Museum lots to see and very informative about the history of the cocoa bean there are lots and lots of steps to climb inside on many floors but they're is a lift. Really enjoyed seeing chocolate demonstration at the end and the shop...More
Interesting museum to visit. Set over 4 floors each with a different exhibition about chocolate.
Each floor has dispensers which have free chocolate in them which is always a bonus. Only downside is that it’s over and done with in about 20mins
Be ready for the stairs(there's a lift as well) to burn off the calories you get only looking at the magnificent structures in pure chocolate! Very informative demonstrations(with tips revealed). Be sure you book your personal chocolate-making workshop!