Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum, Bruges

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At Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum, you'll not only watch chocolate being made but also learn about the health benefits of chocolate. The museum is owned by a father and son who also own Belcolade, a chocolate company that produces high-quality Belgian chocolates. Explore the museum's exhibits to discover how cocoa beans are transformed into chocolate, and learn about the civilizations that helped to create chocolate as we know it today. Read up on the history of the delicious treat in the museum's library, which features everything there is to know about cocoa and chocolate. Special focus is given to Belgian chocolate. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Bruges fast, fun, and easy.
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  • The tour is at your own pace but it was interesting. There was lots of chocolate to taste along the way too.  more »
  • We’ve been to the Callier in Switzerland and had hoped it would be similar to this, it was not. The kids were entertained (5 yrs and 7 yrs) as they had to find the clues in each area and match the sti...  more »
  • Lots to see and learn about Chocolate! Also there are many samples yo try and they also give you a bar of Chocolate to take home. Really good experience. Takes around an hour to see everything and als...  more »
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  • This seemed to be a rather popular museum in Bruges and therefore we went here on our trip there. Because we knew the really great chocolate museum in Cologne, Germany, we had pretty high expectations. That's why we weren't really impressed by this museum and didn't enjoy the visit as much as we would have liked. The chocolate museum in Cologne is (at least in my opinion) the better museum, because it has much more interactive aspects, a real chocolate-production-line and much more, which this museum didn't offer. To me this seemed kind of improvised, probably because of the not very well-structured changing of floors in the tour.
  • Was okay. Not very interactive and lots of reading from texts inside display cases. Probably not the best for younger children. Information was good and being able to taste a few different kinds of chocolate was a nice touch. Especially the comparison between cocoa beans from different countries was fun to experience. Overall okay but would not go again.
  • There is unlimited free chocolate here, so do not eat before you go like I did. The ticket price is fair. There is a chocolate demonstration at the end and they give you some fancy chocolate
  • Interesting museum to visit. All the details you need to know about cocoa to chocolate (history, process...). Visited on a sunday was not crowded. Didn't see the live making of chocolates as had to wait 20 minutes before the next round.
  • A fantastic museum that is well worth a visit! We were so surprised at the amount of information and things to look at, which was all topped off by a really good chocolate making presentation at the end! Would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Bruge and wanting to know the history behind chocolate!
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