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Belgian Chocolate Village Museum, Koekelberg

(3/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
Belgian Chocolate Village Museum is located in Koekelberg. To visit Belgian Chocolate Village Museum on your trip to Brussels, use our Brussels holiday planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Good thing to do for an hour or two if it is raining. Interesting display and chance to taste some chocolate at the end. Nothing revolutionary though!  more »
  • After visiting the Museum of Tain l'Hermitage chocolate... I just visit the Belgian Chocolate village, during a stay in the family... Different 1 museum visit, interesting... but less tasting to compare chocolate... that's what I had enjoyed in France... Here, you learn things, but we do not learn to taste and enjoy different chocolates... On the other hand, we're shown how do chocolates them... it's nice, for those who do not know...
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  • I discovered it through tripadvisor and honestly I was not disappointed, a museum tracing the history of chocolate with animations, commercials, mini movie, models made by local artisans. Bonus offer two tickets for the price of one was worth and the tasting of chocolates prepared by the master craftsman gave really in tone and brought the apotheosis of the Museum.
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Google
  • 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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