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.
This year, Choco Story Brussels is a partner of 2 music Festivals in Brussels.
Thanks to your Combi + Camping or Combi 3 days bracelet you get 1 euro reduction at the entrance of Choco Story Brussels
With the 10 Days access Pass to the Brussels Summer Festival (BSF), you get 50% discount on your entrance fee to the museum.
The tastful history of chocolate
in 10 Masterpieces.
During the « 100 Masters » project initiated in 2016 by the Brussels Museum Council ; Choco-Story puts on the stage 10 pieces of its collection for the purpose of a tasty and playful guided tour ! Different activities will be scattered all along the tour just for you !
Through these historical objects ; Aztec pots, ancient steles and 19th century chocolate pots ; discover where does the precious chocolate come from and how it came to us.
Interested ? Meet us at the 9-11 Tête d'Or street, at 2 minutes on foot from the Grand Place.
Those guided tours are planned at 11 hours on the dates indicated below. They are on registration only and there are 50 places per day !
How much does it cost ?
- 10€ per person for the guided tours on registration (50 places max !)
- The basic entrance fee (6€) for the self-tour.
Tastings and info booklets are included.
The organizer :
SaturdayMay 21 - 11h
Family Day Sunday May 22 - 11h
Wednesday June 1 - 11h
International Kids Day Thursday June 2 - 11h
National Italy Day
Sunday June 12 - 11h
National Russian Day Sunday June 19 - 11h
Monday July 4 - 11h
National USA Day Thursday July 14 - 11h
National France Day
Sunday July 17 - 11h
Family Day Thursday July 21 - 11h
National Belgian Day
Monday August 1 - 11h
National Swiss Day Sunday August 21 - 11h
Sunday September 18 - 11h
We are open everyday.
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