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Located in the erstwhile Victoria chocolate factory at Koekelberg, the Belgian Chocolate Village is a museum that takes visitors through all aspects of chocolate - from its history to manufacturing, economics, and nutritional benefits.
Located in the erstwhile Victoria chocolate factory at Koekelberg, the Belgian Chocolate Village is a museum that takes visitors through all aspects of chocolate - from its history to manufacturing, economics, and nutritional benefits. The Village also has a tropical greenhouse where the cocoa trees are grown, alongwith spices such as turmeric, chilli, pepper, vanilla, and ginger.
Rue De Neck - De Neckstraat 20, 1081 Koekelberg, Belgium
+32 2 420 70 76
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