Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum, Bruges

(2.7/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
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. To visit Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum and other attractions in Bruges, use our Bruges trip builder.
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  • Because of the rain and the weekend a lot of this world in this museum yesterday. Unsatisfied with the fries Museum. Chico story follows the same model of Panel to read, which makes not easy when a lot of people there. The advantage was to have a demonstration of molding of chocolate (candy oven) and taste. More characters and different fixtures chocolate are worth the look.
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  • Not much to do or see. It took us about 15 minutes to take the whole tour. No guide present. There are better excursions in Brugge!  more »
  • Quirky museum (linked with the Chip Museum so get combined ticket) History of chocolate globally and live demos and hands on making of chocolate as well. Has a good interactive element and information...  more »
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  • One of the most interesting museal in Brugges. A lot of details around history and creation process. The highlight is to watch the work of a chocolat proficient doing his "art" the creation of a belgian praliné
  • General history and things to know about chocolate. +-1hr. Costs 8€. Free taste of praline at the end
  • Not realy worth it. There are better ways to spend your time in Bruges
  • Difficult to review this. It's a museum about chocolate. So first the museum part, it is very informative, if a little dull. As previous reviewers have stated, it could use a little more interactivity. Second, the demonstration. This was really good. The guy doing this really knew his stuff and answered lots of question. Finally, the obligatory shop. Had a good selection of chocolate and related gifts.
  • My wife and I enjoyed this visit, if you love chocolate you're love this place. Was a bit disappointed with the shop.