Here you can learn about the manufacturing process and historical sources of the chocolate, and finally you can get a freshly made chocolate, which is very interesting
A Belgian museum on chocolate development, where I learned not only about the cocoa culture of thousands of years but also made delicious chocolates myself
For people like me who like to eat chocolate. Visiting the Chocolate Museum, you can not only learn about the production process of chocolate, but also taste chocolates with different tastes and different qualities. Very good
The various kinds of chocolates all over the world eat, similar to the Japanese to the outside dessert improvement, the Japanese to the chocolate improvement is really commendable. Desert, highlight the quality raw materials natural taste, well-made, packaging design into its own style.
The museum itself is a very detailed setting that shows how the evolution of the human race from the Aztecs to the English uses cocoa. You can even taste different chocolates and taste the changes that each coming civilization brings. We were lucky enough to see the subtle process of making chocolate, but we didn't make it ourselves. Highly recommended, especially for families with young children. Just be aware of how much chocolate they eat!
Come to Europe to find out, the Westerners really like chocolate!