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Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum

Wijnzakstraat 2 | Sint-Jansplein, Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 61 22 37
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Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
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  • Excellent19%
  • Very good37%
  • Average29%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible5%
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Wijnzakstraat 2 | Sint-Jansplein, Bruges 8000, Belgium
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Reviewed 3 days ago

As the rain poured down we dived i here to be away from it, Glad we did --who would have considered it of interest ?, The cost of 7 euros a head which included a sample we set off inside this warren of a building....More

Thank alanw258
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you are in Bruges during the autumn and there is a rain outside there will probably be better place to be than this small and lovely museum. You will not only learn the history of chocolate and the cocoa, but delight yourself with different...More

Thank George_Rusev
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Who knew chocolate could be so interesting? The exhibits were actually pretty hard to follow (even though English translations were available). However, the demo by the young chocolatier at the end was interesting and interactive! Would definitely recommend for couples and kids.

Thank Elise F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walked passed here on our trip to Brugges and looked on trip advisor which put us off as there was a lot of negative reviews. Decided to just do it anyway as there could be samples! There was but watch out for the dark dark...More

Thank Glenlea17
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The museum was very informative and lots of chocolate as you go round. We missed the demo but all in all a good idea. If you go to the sister chip museum you get the 2 tickets cheaper . Lots of reading so the kids...More

Thank Nick E
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very informative museum of the history of chocolate from the Mayans/Aztecs to present day. There's also a short film of chocolate production from cocoa bean to final product. Towards the end of the tour there's a demo on praline making and you get a...More

Thank A G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We certainly learned a lot about chocolate on this visit. It was well laid out and you guided yourself around the displays. There are samples of chocolate to try too - a nice little carrot! The displays of amazing chocolate figures are amazing. There is...More

Thank Richard T
Reviewed 1 week ago

My mom loved the museum, mainly because she got to eat a lot of chocolate. I enjoyed learning about the history of chocolate and how chocolate is made from the cacao bean. The museum itself, however, is very reading intensive, not interactive at all. The...More

Thank Salsera713
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Place of cultural interest very well achieved in the presentation of history and production of chocolate. The chocolate is very tasty. Space well achieved although in my opinion it seems that something is missing to become more interesting.

Thank Karula C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The chocolate museum is not worth the money. The information in there is something you can find in Wikipedia. It is not esthetical or interactive, just text on the walls. As for the all you can eat -chocolate..one piece of chocolate on the start, in...More

1  Thank Leena S
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purplediamond80
20 July 2017|
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Response from M M | Reviewed this property |
There are at least three stairs to climb up not sure ideal. Hope this helps
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Cosmicgill
17 January 2017|
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Response from Kate1872 | Reviewed this property |
About 1-2 hours. It is much bigger than it looks on entry. We didn't realise at first that it is on 3 or 4 floors, plus a shop on exit. (Sorry for late response, only just seen it).
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helizs
2 February 2015|
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Response from Angie1948 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but chocolate museum not spa hotel
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