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Belgium is famous for its frites—and the Friet Museum gives visitors a chance to sample fried potatoes and various complementary sauces, as well as typical Belgian dishes such as meat balls and beef stew. Digest a bit of learning and history along...more
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We brought a triple deal whist at the choco-story museum, as to visit the friet museum would cost an extra 2 euros. On its own to visit the friet would have costed 7, which is definitely not worth it. However, for the extra 2 euros...More
Who knew how much you good learn about a little fried piece of potato. They have laid the museum out well, a video all about the process from seed to chip, a chip van to play with and some interesting facts and figures.
My sister and I visited this museum last week and actually I found it a bit boring. We walked through and eventually made it to the area for kids, where you can pretend to cook some fries, with little plastic fries and things. We had...More
The museum is poor value compared to the others in Bruges. The chocolate museum is better value.
The chip bar in the basement is very poor. The chips themselves are ok, but the accompaniments are very poor indeed.
I would not return here, nor would...More
We purchased the ticket as part of a combo deal with the Choco factory and didn’t really enthuse us sadly. We had hoped to get some frites at the end in the restaurant but they couldn’t guarantee that they had been cooked without contamination with...More
We only visited as we purchased a combo ticket with the chocolate museum for €13 each. It was a good little museum but not as good as the chocolate one. The smell of fries follows you round but at the end you can buy some...More
To be fair I just wanted some chips and to get out of the rain but this is a really cute museum. Who knew there were so many different types of potatoes!? Decent historical displays, well thought out and a fun collection of frite related...More
Ok so for €7 you get to know about the history of the potatoes and how to make the perfect Belgian Friet.
Interactive things for unde 10's
At entry you get €0.40 discount voucher for the cafe.
Nothing to sample at all on the way...More
We did the Friet Museum tour on a Sunday and found it very interesting and worthwhile. Youget to learn the history of the potato and subsequent evolvement of the french fry - only they should be called Belgian Fries but you have to do the...More
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I think it was 12 euros but I might be wrong. They offer a combined ticket so you can go to the chocolate experience too which works out more cost effective. I remember thinking it was a bit pricey but we did enjoy our... More
I think it was 12 euros but I might be wrong. They offer a combined ticket so you can go to the chocolate experience too which works out more cost effective. I remember thinking it was a bit pricey but we did enjoy our visit. I'm not sure we were meant to find it as funny as we did though...