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We visited this tiny museum in our short trip in Brussels, and it was one of the bests. The history of the chocolate is pretty impressive.
In the end of the visiting, we could attend on a short presentation about how pralines are made and...More
It may be considered that my review of this museum is harsh. I visited the museum using the Brussels card the day after i visited the Chocolate Village further out of the city. It is this comparison (approximately the same price) that makes this small...More
This experience was not as good as the one we had in the Chocolate Village Museum. It was small, cramped and just not that informative. The display was more entertainment than informative, but the girl was personable who ran the display. There is little to...More
We got there late in the day and they were no longer offering the demonstration but the price didn’t change so we checked out the museum anyway and by the time we finished, there was space for us to squeeze into the back and watch...More
This place is definitely worth a visit. It is also a lot of fun for the children. You should not expect a glorious tour or some spectacle, but you will sure hear a good chocolate story. And there are free chocolates too ;)
The museum is very small, there's not that much on display, but it's very informative.
The highlight is a praline making class (offered in English as well) outlining the process start to finish, with tasting at the end!
We didn't spend too much time in...More
Bit of queue, of about 6 to 8 pax cramped inside a narrow walkway. Extrance fee is $6 Euro. Its not really a tour per se. Its a walk about, whereby you are advised to head up stairs for a round robin exhibits. 2nd and...More
Small museum with a bit of an outdated feel to it. As you walk around theres information on the history of chocolate and a few bits of chocolate to taste. Half the information didn't really seem relevant but theres a demonstration every half hour where...More