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Visitors to Brussels to get a bigger Chocolate Museum


Important contribution to a valuable industry

The good news for chocolate lovers is that there are plans for a much enlarged Brussels Chocolate Museum.
The current modest visitor attraction is moving into a 2,000sqm historic building in Rue de l’Etuve. This is located close to the Mannekin Pis and the Grand’Place, the city’s most popular tourist area.

The promoter of the project, Eddy Van Belle, aims to open the new facility in two years’ time. He sees its role as contributing to the status of Brussels’ valuable chocolate industry.

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