Музей шоколада (Брюгге) (нидерл. Chocolademuseum in Brugge) — музей в Брюгге, который рассказывает об истории превращения какао-бобов в шоколад. Музей шоколада является источником исторических, географических и ботанических данных о шоколаде. В музее имеются рецепты для посетителей. В Музее шоколада можно воспользоваться большой библиотекой, содержащей книги о какао, посмотреть процесс создания шоколадных изделий ручной выработки, а также задать вопросы о шоколаде экспертам. Один из отделов рассказывает о пользе шоколада для здоровья.
С 1 мая 2011 года Музей шоколада в Брюгге сотрудничает с Музеем картофеля фри, поскольку шоколад и картофель фри считаются типичными национальными блюдами Бельгии.
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|вторник||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|среда||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Четвергita||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Воскресенье||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Dom Mulford | февр. 14, 2018
A fantastic museum that is well worth a visit! We were so surprised at the amount of information and things to look at, which was all topped off by a really good chocolate making presentation at the end! Would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Bruge and wanting to know the history behind chocolate!
Lilian Ward | февр. 9, 2018
We had a great time. You learn all about the history of chocolate (from south America, as some people seemed to struggle with on trip advisor). You get a sample chocolate bar at the start, then there's chocolate buttons in dispensers around the museum made from different cocoa percentages. A very 90s video about bringing the chocolate to Belgium. Then a brilliant demonstration at the end. Definitely worth the money, especially if combined with the frites museum
周高高 | февр. 17, 2018
All the stories of chocolate are included in the museum. There is free-tasted chocolate in some corners of the museum. Visit here and taste the chocolate in your journey. There is a ticket bundle, the fries, Chico-story and lamp museum, and the price is good. Each museum costs around 1 - 1.5 hour.
Sam Stradling | март 4, 2018
All you can eat chocolate, the museum is interesting but you can cover it all in about 30 minutes, I guess there just isn't that much to know about chocolate. The best part is the demonstration.
Claire Hallett | дек. 3, 2017
Fun place with lots of information about chocolate. There is also things for kids to do so they aren't bored by all the reading. You get a bar of chocolate as your ticket and small samples along the way. The shop is reasonably priced and has a good selection.
Lenny Erik Schneider | март 29, 2018
This seemed to be a rather popular museum in Bruges and therefore we went here on our trip there. Because we knew the really great chocolate museum in Cologne, Germany, we had pretty high expectations. That's why we weren't really impressed by this museum and didn't enjoy the visit as much as we would have liked. The chocolate museum in Cologne is (at least in my opinion) the better museum, because it has much more interactive aspects, a real chocolate-production-line and much more, which this museum didn't offer. To me this seemed kind of improvised, probably because of the not very well-structured changing of floors in the tour.
Tommy Schoen | март 17, 2018
Was okay. Not very interactive and lots of reading from texts inside display cases. Probably not the best for younger children. Information was good and being able to taste a few different kinds of chocolate was a nice touch. Especially the comparison between cocoa beans from different countries was fun to experience. Overall okay but would not go again.
Greg Task | март 31, 2018
There is unlimited free chocolate here, so do not eat before you go like I did. The ticket price is fair. There is a chocolate demonstration at the end and they give you some fancy chocolate
Xavier Bushell KIng | март 11, 2018
Interesting museum to visit. All the details you need to know about cocoa to chocolate (history, process...). Visited on a sunday was not crowded. Didn't see the live making of chocolates as had to wait 20 minutes before the next round.
Jacinta A | апр. 12, 2018
€8 per adult entry. When you arrive you receive a small chocolate bar (picture attached). There are 4 all you can eat sections around the tour. Most are dark chocolate and there was 1 milk and 1 white chocolate - although I'm not sure if this rotates when they are filled. It is simply a walk up and twist the chocolate out. There were English signs to read everywhere and it was pretty interesting. It looked like you could get an audioguide. There was a live demonstration at the end.
DIANE Pryke | апр. 18, 2018
Very interesting place with free samples of dark, milk & white chocolate buttons during the tour. We enjoyed the demonstration on how Belgium pralines are made. Well worth visiting if your in Bruges.
Ben Mortimer | июнь 5, 2018
Museum was fun but don't expect too much. There's only so much to say about one topic. I would have rated five stars were it not for this highly inappropriate item I found in a display case. I'm not quite sure what these have to do with making chocolate???
Paul Gossett | май 31, 2018
The exhibits are interesting, but it was hard to appreciate anything with the endless crowds pouring through the place. One room was a little smaller than the others with only one entrance,, so when we tried to leave, we had to wait for several minutes while about 20 people filed into the room. We also could not watch the chocolate-making demonstration (except on the overhead TV) because the room was too crowded. The museum would be smart to limit the number of concurrent visitors, perhaps 50 at one time. With so many people in such small rooms, it's hard to give real attention to the exhibits.
journei antonidas | июнь 3, 2018
Not bad if you have time to kill. Multiple floors but not large. We got free chocolate when we bought tickets. There were a few samples of chocolate in the museum that you could get out of a dispenser. At the end there is a live chocolate making demonstration which is pretty good.
William Rogers | май 8, 2018
A must stop if you are in town. A nice set of history of chocolate and how it came to Belgium. The last floor is a big advert for one particular chocolate producer but probably would expect that. There are chocolate samples you can help yourself to as you go around, and you get a small bar when you arrive. Well worth the visit!
Duda Werneck | май 24, 2018
The museum itself was kind of boring, to be honest. The best part for me was stuffing myself with chocolate, but even though it’s really tasty, it’s not the beeest quality ever, which is understandable as they have to make a lot of it since it’s all you can eat. You also get a chocolate bar on the entrance. Only recommend it if you want to eat a lot of chocolate and only pay 8-7euros on it.
Matt Henry | июнь 28, 2018
I would highly recommend this self guided and informative tour. You can eat as much chocolate as you care (though don’t try to take the freebies home please). If you’re bringing children, I would encourage them to do the kids activity—it will help keep them engaged while learning! The staff at the praline making demonstration were friendly and engaging. This is the kind of place you can spend a fairly short amount of time or even hours if you want to read all the printed info. There is also a short movie about chocolate as well as another smaller video about the societal impact of the cacao bean. I’m not sure I’d go back again but I would definitely encourage friends to go. Worth the money spent!
Ana W | июнь 3, 2018
Very good! It has a nice explanation about the history of chocolate and how it's done today. The way up and the way down use the same stairs so it can be difficult if it is too crowded. There is chocolate to taste during the visit. In the end we can admire chocolate sculptures and answer a quizz about our chocolate preferences. In the very end, there is a demonstration of how chocolate is made and a simple idea that can be done at home. We can taste the chocolate made during the demonstration. The staff were very nice. There is a shop in the end.
Christine Young | июнь 30, 2018
Was so much to read. Was well done but not my thing at all. Found it boring, even if there was free all you can eat chocolate. The live demonstration looked interested but very crowded. The video was decent, but learnt a lot. Wish this was before everything you had to read.
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