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Belgian Chocolate Village Museum, Koekelberg

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TripAdvisor
  • We had a great experience thanks to the friendly staff and 'La fabrique a chocolat'! Chocolatier Letaief Sammy explained to us about the art of making high quality chocolate and offered to us the most...  more »
  • Well, it's not the most extensive museum I've visited, but it provides a good overview of how cocoa is harvested and processed and made into chocolate. You can also spend a few minutes watching someon...  more »
  • The Belgian Chocolate Village is far from the city centre. We visited in the morning. The cost per person is 8 euro. We were given an audio guide and some instructions at the entrance we were also tol...  more »
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  • Interesting. Nice workshop
  • A very interesting and very complete exhibition. With the ability to put the hands in the dough. Exciting, playful, enticing... and unforgettable.
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  • Very good
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  • Warm welcome by the passionate personal
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  • Where does chocolate come from? Of the plant in Tropical Conservatory to make chocolate and taste it. The history of chocolate, fascinating, narrated by one of the guides during a group visit.
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