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Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum

Wijnzakstraat 2 | Sint-Jansplein, Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 61 22 37
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Wijnzakstraat 2 | Sint-Jansplein, Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 61 22 37
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Small but very nice museum about the history of cacao and chocolate. Highlight was the live exhibition about making pralines.

Thank Jeroen S
Reviewed 2 days ago

An interesting journey through the origins of chocolate in the Mayan & Aztec regions through to a demonstration of chocolate making in Brugges today with a tasting session. Very interesting

Thank Mair H
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very interesting tour on the origins of modern chocolate. Set over several floors so not suitable for disabled or those with prawns. Staff were helpful and courteous though.

Thank Mark W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Really! Shall I spoil it all for you and repeat the history here? No... This isn't just a history of chocolate presentation and packaging, but how it came to the 1st world too. If you're a choccy fan then you've got to visit here, you...More

Thank MikeEnjoysHolidays
Reviewed 3 days ago

If you like chocolate and would like to learn a bit about its history and how it's prepared, you'll want to visit this museum. Admission is low, you'll get a few free samples of chocolate, and learn something along the way. There's also combo packages...More

Thank Jon K
Reviewed 3 days ago

I think that we get used to modern museums being hi-tech, with interactive exhibits and lots of things to make you go 'wow!'... and so when we go to a museum that's a bit more old-fashioned, it can be a shock to the system. Choco-Story...More

Thank guyhth
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited the museum on a Sunday afternoon. I felt it was a bit pricey for what we got - a lot of boards to read about the history of chocolate with not much information about Belgian chocolate specifically! The exhibits were a bit boring....More

Thank hamanc
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lots of information to read about the history of chocolate and interesting exhibits to see. It would be useful to be told of the demo times at the entrance as by the time we finished on the history tour, a demo had just finished and...More

Thank LisaExpat
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Some sites advise to go here. But hou really have to love reading. Lot of information in text about maya's and how they found the taste of chocolate. Go downstairs to see some very nice chocolate sculptures and walk out. Half an hour and 8...More

Thank Berry147
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Really quite dull. Not enough chocolate! If you like just learning about old stuff it will be super!

Thank Cara L
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20 July 2017|
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Response from M M | Reviewed this property |
There are at least three stairs to climb up not sure ideal. Hope this helps
17 January 2017|
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Response from Kate1872 | Reviewed this property |
About 1-2 hours. It is much bigger than it looks on entry. We didn't realise at first that it is on 3 or 4 floors, plus a shop on exit. (Sorry for late response, only just seen it).
2 February 2015|
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Response from Angie1948 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but chocolate museum not spa hotel