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Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Brussels
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Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Brussels

By Choco-story Brussels
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Chocoholics won't want to miss a visit to the delicious Choco-Story museum while in Brussels. Save time by pre-purchasing your admission ticket, so you can go straight in when you arrive. Learn all about how the famous Belgian chocolate is made, watch a master chocolatier make pralines, and then enjoy having a taste.
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Ages 0-99, max of 15 per group
Duration: 1h 30m
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German, Chinese, Russian, English, Italian, French, Dutch, Spanish

Highlights
  • All members of the family will enjoy this museum
  • Learn about chocolate production by seeing it made
  • Understand why Belgian chocolate is so well loved
  • Guarantee your admission to the museum by pre-purchasing your ticket

  • Chocolate Tasting
What's not included
  • Food and drinks
  • Guide


Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 67012P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Last entrance at 5:00pm
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Choco-story Brussels
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Brussels, Belgium
Joined in April 2019
  • PeyG123
    PeyG123
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    Chocolate goodness!
    Made chocolate forms and then I could go around the museum! What could you want more? Louise was very fun!! Would definitely visit again.
  • Departure822949
    Departure822949
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    Volcanos and chocolate
    Very welcoming and fun time we spent at the chocolat factory and at the museum as well. I highly recommend🥰 We liked the green screen thing and making this very good chocolate. And it started volcanic eruption in our homeland Iceland!!!
  • binoyr151
    binoyr151
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    Very good experience!
    Great experience at the museum. Started with the workshop which was great and was able to make a great selection of chocolates to take home. Great chocolatier, english speaking and lots of toppings. Museum was very interesting and learned lots of facts about the history of chocolate and the geography over time. Chocolate tasting over three locations throughout the museum including on arrival. Well worth the price and in a central location.
  • Anna M
    Anna M
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    Great Experience
    The museum and exhibits are very well organized. It was a great learning experience. The young lady who demonstrated the making of pralines was wonderful. A must see.
  • D5865LQryant
    D5865LQryant
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    Fascinating with lovely staff
    My girlfriend and I visited Choco Story and loved it! We weren't expecting it to be as entertaining and informative, so it really impressed us. The staff there were all very cheerful and helpful too, and it felt like they really enjoyed working there. They also spoke both English and French fluently, so they can include everyone when performing demonstrations and leading the workshops. The self-guided tour was full of fascinating information, and if you want to get the most out of it, I'd recommend using one of their audio guides, which are available in a multitude of different languages. The tour goes through the whole history of chocolate, also wasn't preachy or moralising, which is something I was worried about before going into it. Overall, it was a great experience, and would recommend it to anyone visiting Brussels, *especially* if you like chocolate.
  • katingl2023
    katingl2023
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    Good value and kids friendly!
    Good value! I joined the workshop & visited the museum with my 8-year-old kid yesterday. We loved the whole experience including making our own chocolate as most as we could within the time frame and the self-guide tour in the museum. The workshop tutor, Lisa, was very nice, efficient and helpful. She could speak English, Mandarin and Dutch. :) We strongly recommend this package to anyone who wants to make your own first time chocolate and learn more about their history. :)
  • JuliaG8077
    JuliaG8077
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    Perfect for all ages!
    It’s a classic… a MUST visit in Brussels. If you only have a day in Brussels make sure this is one of the main things you do: only takes about an hour to go through but there’s some free samples and if you take the time to listen to the audio on the self guided tour then it actually gives you interesting information. It’s perfect for all ages, interactive and it doesn’t waffle on forever like many museums. The demonstration at the end was with an absolutely wonderful woman who spoke fluently in English for everyone as well as French. Would definitely recommend!
  • Ailsa L
    Ailsa L
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    A lot of interesting fun
    9 of us went here as a team building event We started with a chocolate-making activity, which was a lot of fun and enabled us to bring home some delicious chocolates This was followed by a visit of the very interesting museum and ended by a demonstration on how to make pralines The staff were all very welcoming, kind & efficient (and even though I had booked for 12, we only had to pay for the 9 who actually turned up, much appreciated) and spoke good English Recommended as a nice activity to do in Brussels as a tourist or if you live in Brussels
  • Connor M
    Connor M
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    Something For The Kids
    A delightful museum. Very fun and fascinating. The device used was that of a mobile phone. Scan it on different exhibits and get the information required. Other treats include a class on how to make chocolate, a five minute film explaining the process of chocolate making and of course, free samples to eat. Easily a highlight for the kids. A must to do when in Brussels.
  • 293neilk
    293neilk
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    Great to see the crowds again
    Walking around this part of town I popped into the alleyway that brings you to the Chocolate Museum and I must say it was nice to see it busy again,lots of families heading to this great chocolate experience which is a cool place to visit,nice learning about the history of chocolate in Belgium,better enjoying the treats on offer in here ,it's most definitely well worth checking out if you're planning on visiting Brussels and easy to locate on Rue De L'Etuve.
  • Tatiana M
    Tatiana M
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    Recommended!
    Very nice experience, I learnt a lot and the people was really kind, always answering questions. They also gave us some chocolates to taste. Amazing place!
  • Lucy H
    Lucy H
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    Well worth a visit when it's freezing outside.
    At only 9.5 euros it's not expensive for an experience that last approximately 90 minutes. Goes through the history of chocolate with an audio handset ending with a short demonstration. Staff all brilliant, helpful and polite
  • Kendall J
    Kendall J
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    So mouthwatering and tasting at the end too
    Already been to a chocolate history museum in France last yet but thought we’d give this one a try too. So glad we did as the individual hearing sets were well worth it so that we could hear the history in our language plus extra info should we want it. Extremely interesting and such a mouth watering tour we all needed hot chocolate then we had the hand made chocolate demonstration at the end and got to taste some of this naughty goodness.........please do visit it’s well worth it but not if you are on a diet:)
  • 424allardl
    424allardl
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    Interesting museum
    Very interesting interactive museum about chocolate. We learned a lot about the history of chocolate.
  • LC330
    LC330
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    Great museum
    We really enjoyed our visit to this museum, we spent 2 hours here. The staff are friendly and it is a very informative museum with lots of interesting information. Also lots of little opportunities to taste chocolate as you walk around and a great demonstration at the end. Our two girls really enjoyed it and learnt a lot. Definitely visit if you are in the area!
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srjonesy1959
Perth, Australia57 contributions
Sep 2023 • Solo
Many displays were dated and dusty so looked shabby. It wasn’t interactive, so held little interest for me. The chocolate shop was small and uninviting to purchase items. Front counter staff looked tired or bored or both. I think a makeover with a professional to make it stand out and be inviting would be good. Seeing someone make real chocolates would be a bonus.
Written September 20, 2023
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Mary V
7 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
We were looking forward to this, but it was very boring. Children may enjoy it, but not adults. The only interesting part was a demonstration on how they made molded chocolate.
Written September 8, 2023
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Emily ashbee
14 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
The museum had some interesting information available on the audio guide and the demonstration was really good but I was expecting a bit more out of the museum. Maybe more demonstrations? Not sure what but overall was a bit underwhelming. Also the chocolate tasting station seemed a bit unsanitary as it was just a put your hands in a communal pot of chocolate buttons, hand sanitizer available but still…
Written August 31, 2023
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JD
The Netherlands552 contributions
We decided to go just because we walked passed it. The display rooms are very small and the museum was very crowded, so it meant lots of waiting time while people queued to scan the audio. The stories and exhibits were ok but we have been to much better museums that create a visitor interactive experience, this does not do this at all. OK samples of chocolate at the end and a short demonstration on how chocolate pieces are prepared. However, overall from our perspective not a value visit.
Written August 26, 2023
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Jillp
Rochester, UK11 contributions
We did a wonderful workshop making chocolate with museum trip included. We all learned a lot about chocolate and coco beans! Audio guide was confusing for my 9 year old as you have to rub it up and down a few times to get it to work. The museum covers a lot of ground and it’s well set out. You can even see a demonstration and get a free taster! The selfie Photo Booth at the end is a lot fun. Takes an hour or two but amazing me and my family will have to come back
Written August 22, 2023
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Fredwhatever
Manchester, UK6 contributions
Visited with my partner on a weekend trip to Brussels, as we weren’t disappointed!

The audio guides are easy to use and tell a story from a few different people throughout the experience, offering some great insight into the history of chocolate and cocoa around the world.

We particularly enjoyed the demonstration at the end with a chocolatier showing us how they made pralines, and she was great at getting everyone (kids and adults) involved the whole way through. Plus, we got a free sample at the end!

There was plenty of opportunities to taste the chocolate throughout the museum, and overall we really enjoyed it!

It was a little busy when we visited, and with some of the audio guide sections being quite long this did cause some blockages as it was quite tight in some areas, which is the only reason I wouldn’t give this 5 stars.

All together, this is a great place to spend an hour or so if you’re in the area!
Written August 21, 2023
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jojo0715
Sprowston, UK24 contributions
A nice way to spend an hour. A little boring at times but the demonstration at the end was great. Overpriced for what's on offer.
Written August 8, 2023
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harwinder k
Manchester, UK3 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
Slightly boring, not everything was chocolate related.

But was still an experience on a short visit to Brussels.
Written August 7, 2023
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VinnieLondon
Doha, Qatar10,847 contributions
There’s a lot of chocolate shops in Brussels!!.museum is just off grand place and worth an hour tour to understand the history and making of it!!..with some free tasters and a good shop at the end of the tour.
Written August 5, 2023
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Dee M
Wading River, NY2 contributions
Makes NO sense that ticket entrances start at a specific time. The entire museum is narrated with a handheld device and everyone entering at the exact same time causes crowding and confusion. Especially when there are tons of kids blocking the readers that you need to tap to hear the narration.
Written August 5, 2023
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