Information


What are our opening hours?

What are our prices?

Is it obligated to book in advance?

Is the musuem accessible for wheelchairs and/or strollers?

Are dogs allowed?

How to find us


Opening hours

Choco-Story, The Chocolate Museum is open every day from 10am till 6pm (last tickets at 5pm).

We are closed on the 25th December and January 1st.
We are also closed from 09th till 14th January 2022.

The average time of a visit is 1h30.


Entrance fees for individuals in 2023

Adults: 13,00 €
Students, 65+: 11 €
Children (3-11 year): 8 €
Children under 3 year: Free

Combiticket with Frietmuseum
Adults: 18,00 €
Students, 65+: 15,50 €
Children (3-11 year): 11,00 €
Children under 3 year: Free

Combiticket with Frietmuseum and Lumina Domestica
Adults: 21,00 €
Students, 65+: 18,50 €
Children (3-11 year): 14,00 €
Children under 3 year: Free

Combiticket with Lumina Domestica
Adults: 18,00 €
Students, 65+: 15,50 €
Children (3-11 year): 11,00 €
Children under 3 year: Free

Combiticket with Diamantmuseum
Adults: 18,50 €

Chocolate Walk: We have created a walk along Bruges’ most interesting chocolate related sites.
Consult this chocolate walking guide as you walk among Bruges’ most beautiful attractions and choose 2 out of the 12 chocolate shops to take a whiff, a taste or have a drink full of chocolate!
Then continue your tour with an informative visit to the Chocolate Museum, Choco-Story.
If you are curious about the Bruges of today and yesterday and you are crazy about chocolate, this walk is made for you!
This is how it works
At the back of the guide you will find 3 tickets that can be torn out.
Two of them can be exchanged in different chocolate shops mentioned in the guide.
In exchange of the third ticket, you can enjoy a free visit at the Chocolate Museum, Choco-Story.
Price : € 19

Click here To buy your tickets online

Click here For group rates (+15 people)


Is it obligated to book in advance?

For groups of 15 people and more (or for private workshops), it is obligated to fill out the booking form that you can find here
For an individual visit it is not obligated to book in advance but it is highly recommended. We have a limited number of tickets that on busy days can sell out very fast. Attention! A pre-bought ticket guarantees an entrance in the museum but it isn’t a fast pass. This means you still have to do the queue.


Is the museum wheelchair accessible? Is the museum accessible for strollers?

The museum is only partly accessible people in wheelchairs.
There are 4 steps at the entrance, we do not have a ramp. Inside there are also several steps and our elevator does not go to the fourth floor. Electric wheelchairs and rollators are unfortunately not allowed.
Strollers are allowed during the visit, but it is not recommended to take them along as there are many steps and we only have one elevator.


Are dogs allowed in the museum

No, dogs aren’t allowed.


How to find us?