A whole museum devoted to fries - kids would like this and the entrance fee includes a discount on buying some fries at the end
I did not expect there to be much information in this museum so was pleasantly surprised to find out how much was in it. There is quite a bit of history about potatoes and then how fries and chips came about. After touring the museum you have the opportunity to buy some friets.
Great museum, fun and very informative. The staff were friendly and extremely helpful. This museum is close to the Markt as well as many other attractions. The frites at the end of the visit was really great, paired with an equally great Brugse Zot beer. The perfect way to end of my day.
This is a fun place to visit if you've got a spare hour & have already worked your way through the beer and chocolate options. The museum is surprisingly informative: it has a photo display of famous chip shops - including John Lennon's local chippy in Liverpool. ... & of course, you get the chance to sample some (properly cooked)... More
I had read reviews on here and they put me off but we bought a city card and found ourselves walking past so went it. It isn't the greatest museum in the world I get that but it was quite interesting, something different and a bit of fun. We learnt a few things and quite enjoyed it. We didn't eat... More
The Museum is ok but 5€ for students is too much! You get 40 cents discount for fries at the museum but they are also just average! I had much better fries elsewhere in belgium!
Good place to go, if rainy or overcast day ahead, Explains the origin of fries, & potato origin from around the world, tasty fries at the end of visit too.
We went for a pass time as we were due to go home so didn't want to go very far. Was a good place for a pass time but the chips at the end were very nice.
If you show up here thinking it's an amusement park with Fries, you are going to have a bad time. Yes, It's a self guided museum full of facts and information. Lots of information on the history of the Potato. Yes, the language boards are in random orders and never the same location for each language but it's in 3... More
We visited this museum on a rainy day against my wishes, my partner was very keen however so we went in. I had very, and I mean very low expectations of what I would find in a museum dedicated to frites. I was pleasantly surprised, it is actually interesting. I now know why Americans call them French Fries, how Belgians... More
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