Choco-Story Brussels
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Overall rating
4 / 5
based on 391 reviews

You will laugh (at the cringy dialogue) while learning about chocolate

I went to the Chocolate Museum by myself, learned a lot of details about cocoa´s history and how it reaches our table/stores and due to cringy dialogue within the item (phone like) we are given to listen to the different audio sources throughout the visit I found myself laughing alongside others due to the cringy dialogue. It takes about 30 to 90 minutes depending on how interessed you are on knowing and listening to all the audio prompts and at the end you have some chocolate making session.

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A must before eating chocolate in Belgium! History & demonstration

An audio guide takes you on a journey through the history of cacao and chocolate, in different countries, from the ancient times to the present. Some games on the way, which not only kids but also adults may enjoy. At the end, you can see a demonstration where pralines are made and offered for tasting! I'm glad I visited this place before eating all the chocolates on Brussels.

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A really interesting & pleasant experience.

This museum is packed with information. The praline making demonstration and the explanation was excellent, delivered very professionally and with a lot of good humour so very easy to take in the facts. The news that the museum is moving is good, hopefully the new premises will be more spacious to accommodate the materials more effectively, and that access will be improved.

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Good Idea - just need a Visit Brussels office at Brussels Midi!

It would also have been useful ti havr the option to have a mobile electronic version of the card (but I'm not sure if the Brussels Metro system supports this in the way the London public transport system does with Oyster Card/mobile pay/credit and debit card payments)

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Informative, enjoyable and I would recommend a visit to this museum!

Creative and interactive approach which fascinated the 10 year old and 2 year old boys who were with me. The chocolatier demonstrating art of chocolate-making was particularly engaging. Highlight of our daytrip to Brussels!

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