Belgian Chocolate Village

(FR) Village du chocolat belge
Indulge in the sweetest village in Brussels
belgian chocolate
L’Atelier is where you will discover live demonstrations and taste some delicacies handcrafted by our team of artisan chocolatiers

Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is known for its delicious chocolate and the Located in front of the iconic Basilica of the Sacred in Koekelberg area, 30 minutes away from Grand Place and other popular attractions in Brussels, this unique place offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the history of Belgian chocolate and see how it is made.

The Belgian Chocolate Village is home to a variety of chocolate shops and factories, where you can watch skilled chocolatiers at work and sample some of the finest chocolate in the world. You’ll also have the chance to try your hand at making your own chocolate, with guided tours and workshops available.

But the Belgian Chocolate Village is more than just a place to satisfy your sweet tooth. It’s also a cultural hub, with exhibitions showcasing the art of chocolate-making and the history of the industry. You’ll learn about the origins of chocolate and how it has evolved over the centuries, as well as the different techniques used to create the perfect chocolate.

So why not treat yourself to a visit to the Belgian Chocolate Village? You’ll leave with a sweet taste in your mouth and a newfound appreciation for the art of chocolate-making.

Hours and Fees


Tuesday–Thursday, 9 am–6 pm,
Saturday and Sunday 10 am-6 am

*Last admission: 60 minutes before closing.


Mondays, December 25 and January 1


Your admission is free if you have Brussels Card.

Adults: 8 €
Seniors 65+ (with ID): 7 €
Students (Full-time with ID): 4 €
Young adults and Children (6 – 18): 6 €
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children): 20 €
Brussels Card holder: Free