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Rue De Neck 20, Koekelberg, Brussels 1081, Belgium
+32 2 420 70 76
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Reviewed May 12, 2018 via mobile

A chocolate museum should not only show how cacao is produced and choclade is made. There is no tasting even you buy extra some pieces in a kind of "cafe". Lots of things didmt work anymore. Dear promoters of belgium chocolade village: You should have...More

3  Thank Gernot G
Reviewed March 26, 2018 via mobile

Pleasantly surprised with the size of the museum and it’s collection and facts. Learnt a great amount about the history of chocolates and loved the free tasting samples! Would have been great to have joined in with making chocolate but nevertheless, really enjoyed my visit...More

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Reviewed March 26, 2018 via mobile

A great little tour if you have a spare hour or two. €8 entry and included is an eletronic audio guide that is quite informative, I learned some interesting facts about chocolate advertising and production. We also got a demonstration and tasting which was really...More

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Reviewed March 25, 2018 via mobile

Nice place to spend some time and get to know about cocoa and chocolate. You can see "chocolatier" in fire in front of you, get information about history etc. If you have some time in Brussel, do not hesitate to visit "village". There is not...More

Thank Frederik R
Reviewed January 9, 2018

Good value if done as part of the Brussels card. Worth seeing the chocolate demonstration and the information about how chocolate is grown, harvested and then turned into something delicious. Then there is the cafe - the chocolate milkshake was amazing!

1  Thank David C
Reviewed January 6, 2018 via mobile

It was such a fun museum, we spent 2 and a half hours there. We got to taste and see them make chocolate. So many fun facts! Be sure to go downstairs!!

Thank Saga S
Reviewed December 28, 2017 via mobile

Lovely museum, bigger than it looks on the outside, €8 entry, with this you get entry into the museum with an audio guide which you can use at several locations around the museum, lots of interactive sections for children and lots of interesting sections for...More

Thank Lauren S
Reviewed December 17, 2017

The tickets for this museum are fairly expensive given its small size however the chocolate making and tasting demonstration was by far the best part, the host took you through all stages of the chocolate making process and talked in-depth about the stages they focus...More

Thank Amit M
Reviewed November 29, 2017

8 Euro entry each for a small museum , 10 minutes to see all. Chocolate demostration was only for inclusive group, no tastings or chance to see actual chocolate making. Asked on leaving if we could see chocolate make, host was friendly and asked chocolate...More

Thank davidandaliceyar2017
Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

A small local museum about chocolate preparation and story. Well maintained and dynamic. Unfortunately a bit off downtown. Nice to see on live how chocolate is prepared and taste it ;)

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Ramzah O
October 5, 2017|
Response from gomathik2 | Reviewed this property |
You get a metro (Metro 6) at Rogier towards Simoni (Elizabeth) and get down at simoni. Or take bus14 and get down at Parc Elisabeth. from the simoni station walk towards the fountain (which is seen as you get out of the... More