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This place is more a visitor center than a museum. There is free parking in front of the big building. The entrance to the center is at the second floor (in European terms, it is actually the 1st floor) and you will have to use...More
If you like chocolate biscuits (or just biscuits) this is the place for you.
There is an interesting museum that shows the evolution of the Jules Destrooper brand and the biscuits they produce. You cannot visit the actual factory floor, but you get an excellent...More
We checked on internet to see whether the visit centre was open. We drove from the seaside to Lo Reninge to find the place shut. Even on the board outside the opening times were misleading. Bad communication!
I love everything about Jules Destrooper. Our guide was fun and informative, everyone was super friendly and the generous amount of tastings at the end of the tour---including delicious coffee-- just rounded out the experience. Come here to buy both cookies and gifts-- the prices...More
Interesting visit, if you visit at the weekend be aware they don't run any manufacturing processes however museum is interesting and there is free biscuits and coffee at the end, nice diversion for a couple of hours.
Not far out of Brugge and well worth a visit, Can there be anything better than trying all the delicious biscuits at the end of the tour with a complimentary coffee. The tour is interesting and is taken at your own pace, the factory is...More
A fun outing from Bruges, approx 45 min drive in the countryside to arrive at Jules Destrooper cookie plant. The tour includes both historical information regarding the beginnings of the cookie company, how is was changed during the war along with equipment displayed demonstrating the...More
This is the museum of the story of family biscuits Jules Destrooper. It is a great museum and with paying the entrance you receive a range of biscuits to taste and a cup of coffee. Very friendly staff.
What better way to kill a couple of hours than a visit to a biscuit factory! This was a really great experience, and you get advance warning of what to expect as you approach the factory - the smell of waffles in the air is...More
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Jules D, Public Relations Manager at Bezoekerscentrum Jules Destrooper, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2015
Hi, So glad you loved our tour, thx for a great review! :-)
This is such a fun place. Tucked away in an unassuming little town this is a first rate museum. All of the exhibits are tri-lingual--French, English and Dutch and are well thought out and so informative.There are lots of hands on and interactive displays and...More
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Jules D, Public Relations Manager at Bezoekerscentrum Jules Destrooper, responded to this reviewResponded 9 April 2015