Choco-Story Brussels

Learning about the history of chocolate and how it’s made from bean to bar!

If you’re a fan of chocolate, then Choco-Story Brussels is a must-visit destination. Located in the heart of Brussels, this museum is dedicated to all things chocolate.

Upon arriving at Choco-Story, you’ll be greeted by the aroma of freshly made chocolate. The museum is divided into several different areas, each of which explores a different aspect of chocolate’s history and production.

One section of the museum focuses on the origins of chocolate, explaining how it was first cultivated and consumed by the ancient civilizations of Central and South America. Another section delves into the art of chocolate making, showcasing the tools and techniques used by chocolate craftsmen over the years.

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But Choco-Story isn’t just a place to learn about chocolate – it’s also a place to taste it! The museum has a chocolate tasting room where you can sample a variety of different chocolate flavors and textures. You’ll even get to see chocolate being made in real-time, as there’s a live chocolate-making demonstration happening throughout the day.

After you’ve had your fill of chocolate, be sure to stop by the museum’s gift shop. Here, you’ll find an array of chocolate-themed souvenirs, from chocolate bars and truffles to chocolate-scented candles and soaps.

Overall, Choco-Story Brussels is a sweet and educational experience that is sure to delight chocolate lovers of all ages. If you’re in Brussels, be sure to add it to your list of must-visit destinations.

Getting There

Choco-Story is located at the very center of the Brussels City and it is easy to get there from train/metro stations and other tourist attractions.


Rue de l'Etuve 41, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
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Hours and Fees


Everyday, 10 am–6 pm
*Last admission: 60 minutes before closing.


December 25, January 1st and from January 9th till January 13th.


Your admission is free if you have museumPASSmusées, Brussels Card.

Audio guide, demonstration with our chocolatier and tastings included in the entrance fee.

Adults: 13 €
Seniors 65+ (with ID): 11 €
Students between 12 and 26 years : 11 €
Children between 3 and 11 years : 7 €
Children under 3 years accompanied by an adult: Free
Brussels Card holder: Free

Reservation is required to participate Chocolate making workshop.