It was a great museum. I liked that they had a live demonstration about the pralines. We enjoyed it.
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Great place, loads of info on chocolate and the history of its use in Europe. Free samples too. Well worth a visit
The museum is well located near Grande Place. We enjoyed our visit here. The price was reasonable, €12 for 2 of us, and the staff were very welcoming. There was lots of info on the history of chocolate. There were plenty of samples of different...More
We went when it wasn’t busy, the price was ok but if you use the Brussels card you get in as part of that as it’s included. Lots of steps and small rooms, there is a bit of free chocolate and it tells the story...More
I don’t know how this is getting bad reviews! It’s a really fun little activity and you get a chocolate demo (and delicious chocolate) out of it! Do your research, the demo starts at certain times (we only had to wait about 10 minutes). The...More
We visited this small museum (History of Chocolate) during our trip to Brussels . We got to taste different kinds of chocolate and enjoyed the demonstration. It was an overall nice experience. Must see!!!
We visited this small museum during our trip to Brussels and enjoyed ourselves. We got to taste different kinds of chocolate and enjoyed the demonstration. It was an overall nice experience.
We attended this little museum to get a real taste of Belgium Chocolate so decided to visit this site. The demonstration was great and we learnt about how great chocolate is made. The chocolate is also delicious. The museum itself is small but well detailed....More
Located just off main square. Old building. Lots of steps and creaky parts. Needs updating. Has basic info on how cocoa is harvested and about its introduction into Europe and consumption. Some samples throughout. Top floor was just serving dishes. Definitely skip that. Main floor...More
The artefacts are interesting as is the demonstration of chocolate making. The samples are good too!