The Choco-Story chocolate museum immerses its visitors in the history of cocoa and chocolate: from the Maya to the Spanish conquistadors to the chocolate connoisseurs of today. A chocolate hunt gives children the chance to discover the museum. Chocolates are made by hand and sampled on the premises. Fancy making your own chocolates? Join the open workshop on Saturday at 2 p.m. If you are into drinking chocolate after having visited the museum, we highly recommend the nearby Choco Jungle Bar at 200 m from the museum.
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Choco-Story offers activities tailored to visitors with specific disabilities. There is a program for visually impaired and blind people, for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors and or people with a mental or a physical disability. More information and an application form can be found on http://choco-story-brugge.be/ENG/workshops.htm
The 15th century building is difficult to access for wheelchair users. At the entrance you have to cover four steps. There is not always enough room to turn and the lift is rather small. There is an adapted toilet with a private section, the people at the desk will be able to inform you. The spaces are narrow, but it can be done.
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