The Chocolate Museum is a fitting tribute to both the history of
the cocoa bean and the Belgian's famed love of chocolate. The first
chocolatier in the city appeared in the 1600s and today Belgians
eat an average of 9kg a year! Visit on Tuesday to Friday between
10am and 3pm and you'll to see the master chocolatier at work and
get to taste his handiwork.
Address: 13 Grand Place Website: www.mucc.be Telephone: (0)2 514 20 48 Opening Time: Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to
4.30pm Admission: EUR5.50 (adults), EUR3 (children). Other concessions are
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