Museums & Demonstrations
Visit and even take classes at the factories where mouthwatering Belgian chocolate is crafted daily! (No golden ticket necessary!)
La Maison des Maitres Chocolatiers Belges: 10 chocolate masters display their pure traditional creations. Open for tours, tastings, and workshops.
Grand Place 4 – Brussels
Musee du Cacao et du chocolat: Discover the world of chocolate from its origins to the finished produits. Closed on Monday.
Rue de la Tete d’Or 1-9 – Brussels
Chocolaterie Duval: Workshops, visits, and tastings are available for groups (5 peoples minimum).
Rue des Chardons 19 – Brussels
Planete Chocolat: Modern chocolate factory in the heart of Brussels with presentations on weekends at 4pm.
Rue du Lombard 24 – Brussels
Many Belgian Chocolate companies ship worldwide and have stores in many countries!
Neuhaus: The inventor of the Belgian Praline has stores in 50 countries around the world
Godiva: One of the biggest names in chocolates, this chocolate establishment opened 80 years ago and is available in 80 different countries!
Galler: Launched 30 years ago, by 21-year old Jean Galler, this chocolate is now sold worldwide through 2,000 different retailing outlets!
Leonidas: This century-old company sells of 100 kinds of chocolate through 1,400 outlets around the world!