If you really want to know the history of chocolate, how it is made, and why it is synonimous with Belgium then you will probably enjoy this tour. The museum has lots of things on the walls to read and you do so see some chocolate making implements from down the ages. However the tour really kicks into life at the chocolate demonstration which lasts about 15 minutes and you do get a couple of sample chocolates to try. These tours run every 20 minutes. Other than that only some statues made out of chocolate really held my interest. The shop is well stocked with many different types of chocolate and is a good possibility for gifts to take home. There is an option to do a tour of lamps in the middle of the choco story tour. There are more lamps than you could wave a match at. Not really my thing and a distraction to what everyone was really after - to eat chocolate. I did the tours by showing my Bruges City Card (available at the Tourist Info Centre for €35 for 48 hours). Otherwise I would have spent around €12.50 to do both tours. For chocoholics rather than choc historians the money would be better spent in one of the many chocolate selling shops around Bruges.
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