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Choco-Story, the Chocolate Museum
Choco-Story, the Chocolate Museum

Choco-Story, the Chocolate Museum

Open from 10am- 5pm every day
Wijnzakstraat 2 (Sint-Jansplein) 8000 , Bruges

The Basics

Explore 4,000 years of chocolate-making history at this engaging museum. The exhibits are divided into three parts, focused on the history of chocolate, how Belgian chocolate is made, and then the demonstration room where you can watch the chocolatiers in action. All this is followed by the chocolate tasting, the highlight of the visit for many people.

For even more chocolatey goodness the museum also organizes chocolate walks around Bruges, revealing the most important locations in the city’s chocolate-making history.

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Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
$11.37 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Two thumbs up
Excellent experience. Very interesting. Great samples at the end of the tour. Exhibits told a story.
Aaron_H, Oct 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Bruges

star-5
Great experience. Many...
Sara_J, Aug 2022
Tickets for Choco-Story & Access to Self-Guided Tour in Brussels
Great experience. Many interactive activities and a lot of tastings. Tasting was kids favorite part but we also enjoyed a lot the history of chocolate and presentation.
star-5
Great activity for younger kids and families
Amy_H, Aug 2022
Chocolate Workshop at Choco-Story Brugge
My husband and younger children had a very enjoyable time with the chocolatier and workshop. There wasn’t much instruction but their fee included the museum entry which was filled with tons of facts and information. The demo at the end of the tour was amazing and everyone loved all the chocolate (of course).
star-5
Amazing
Kyle_W, Jun 2022
Chocolate Workshop at Choco-Story Brugge
What a great experience. Went with my 5 year old son and my in-laws and we all had a great time. Museum was amazing with tons of interactive stations and lots of information. Chocolate making was a fantastic time.
star-4
A Chocoholics Mecca
James_G, Apr 2022
Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
Very good historical perspective on the history of chocolate - from its origins to modern day. Audio guide is very useful. Make sure to attend the live presentation at the end of the tour!
star-4
Good for a rainy day
Jack_C, Nov 2021
Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
Informative about the history and process of chocolate, but not so in detail about the link with Belgium. Not curated in the best way, but good chocolate demonstration at the end. Fine if it's raining, but not a priority visit.
star-5
The young lady instructor...
Rosemarie_M, Oct 2021
Chocolate Workshop at Choco-Story Brugge
The young lady instructor was very helpful and informative about how the chocolate was made and all of the different ways we can use it.
star-5
Really nice experience for a family trip
Caio_P, Sep 2021
Choco-Story: The Chocolate Museum in Bruges
Friendly staff, the audio devices are easy to use really Nice experience for family with kids around 5 to 6 yrs old.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The museum can get busy—save time by purchasing your ticket in advance.
  • Entrance to the museum is via paid ticket—discounts are available for seniors, children, and students
  • The museum is spread out over several floors. There are lifts for wheelchairs but some sections are only accessible via steps.
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How to Get There

The museum is located at Wijnzakstraat 2, in the center of Bruges. It’s easy to get here on foot from other parts of the city center. The nearest bus stop is at Central Market Place, a short walk away. By bus, it’s 10 minutes to the central station with train connections to the airports in Brussels or Lille.

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When to Get There

The museum is open every day except for major public holidays. It’s also closed the first week in January. it’s busiest on Saturdays so plan to visit on a different day for a quieter experience.

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Visit the Diamond Museum

If there’s one other thing that Belgium is famous for besides chocolate, it’s diamonds! Learn where diamonds come from, see rough diamonds being polished and discover what makes each gemstone a particular quality with the hand-on exhibits at the Diamond Museum. If your budget in Bruges doesn’t extend to buying yourself some diamonds you can still get up close to the gems here.

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