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Museum of chocolate - sweet side of Bruges

Chocolate Museum, Bruges, Belgium, Chocolate Houses

Chocolate Museum is a tourist attraction that is arranged in the house "De Croon" in Saint John market. House "The Croon" dates from 1480 and was originally a tavern and then a pastry shop. The twentieth century was used as general office labor, school police and communal bank of Belgium. Those who love chocolate but not only that, can find very interesting a visit to this museum.

Here you can see various sculptures in chocolate but also a history of occurrence of this food so dear to children and beyond. To discover how to make cocoa in chocolate, and learn aspects of health and quality of Belgian chocolate should definitely visit the museum of chocolate.

Chocolate Museum is open daily from 10:00 - 17:00 (closed on 24, 25, 31 December and is 1.5 to 16 January).

Museum entrance fee is chocolate: EUR 6 adults, 5 € for groups and students, 4 euros for children between 6-12 years, free for children under 6 years.

Address: Wijnzakstraat 2 (Sint-Jansplein) 8000 Bruges

From the central square, facing away from Belfort tower, on the other side of Market Street on the right side is Vlamingstraat. Go on it and then turn right on first street to the Sint-Jansplein. On the left corner you will see the Choco-Story.