Take a dive in the universe of cocoa and chocolate, pass a Maya temple where cocoa beans have been consumed 5000 years ago, step aboard the boat of Cortez who imported the cocoa beans in Europe; discover how chocolate was being used at the French Court in the 17th Century and afterwards how the "praline" was crafted beginning of the 20th Century in Belgium.

The cocoa culture and its transformation won't have any secrets left for you. Demonstration, tasting and audio guide (eng, fr, du, gr, sp, it, ru, ch) are included in the visit.

Choco-Story is open from Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. (last entrance at 5 pm).
Closed on 12/25 and 12/31

To insure you a safe visit, we advise you to book your visit online, here.

Besides, your itinerary inside the museum respects social distancing. The hygiene of objects and rooms are guaranteed and we have some hydro alcoholic gel at the entrance of the museum. And finally, you have to wear a mask inside the museum and in the streets around.

How to get there

  • By train : Exit Gare centrale
  • By subway : Exit Gare centrale
  • By bus : Exit Gare centrale or lombard
  • By tram : Exit Bourse
  • By car : Puplic park : Grand Place or Albertine
  • On bike : Bike park at museum or station Villo station on Lombard street