Welcome!

Choco-Story Brussels is the result of an encounter between two families who were passionate about the world of cocoa and chocolate.

The Van Lierde - Draps family, who created the Brussels Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate in 1998. Peggy Van Lierde, the only daughter of the founder of the museum, took over its running in 2007. In 2014 more than 75,000 people visited the Brussels Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate.

The Van Belle family, who created not only Choco-Story in Bruges in 2004, but the Chocolate Museums in Paris, Prague and Mexico. Eddy Van Belle and his sons Cedric and Kevy all share this passion for cocoa and chocolate and have collected many unique objects from all over the world.

Choco-Story Brussels was created in May 2014 when the two families united their efforts for the continual promotion of quality Belgian chocolate by opening their excellent educational, gourmet and great fun museum to the public.

As the visitor walks through the different exhibition rooms, he can learn the history of this precious commodity, from its origins to its transformation as a finished product. Samples of chocolate can be tasted during the visit and you can watch a demonstration given by our master chocolate-maker. Visitors are free to wander around the museum on their own or accompanied by a guide.

 Milk chocolate


Events

We are moving soon!

More beautiful, bigger and more interactive than ever, we are waiting for you at the beginning of 2019 in our new building: Rue de l'Etuve, 41.

 

On November 29, 2018 at 5 pm, Choco-Story Brussels invites you to taste chocolate through the five senses

https://brusselsmuseumsnocturnes.be/

 

 

«Blue and brown gold»: A new temporary exhibition at Choco Story Brussels Museum
Water: a vital need that covers 75% of the planet. A treasure, a rare commodity, and a common indispensable good, essential for the survival of all.

Chocolate: a delicacy, a treasure for most of us and also used as a currency by the Aztecs.
The relationship between the bleu gold and the brown gold is the heart of this temporary exhibition organized with the collaboration of the Museum Water and Fontaines.
Different topics such as mythology, health and drink will be highlighted.
A didactic book is proposed for the children during the exhibition.


Thematic guided tours are proposed on reservation only (also for schools)
To discover as from 13 January 2018 at the Choco Story Brussels Museum.
Price: Is the same as the classic entrance price.

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Open everyday

We are open everyday.
Closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Closed from January 8th untill January 12th.

 

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