Chaussée de Wavre 950
1040 Brussels (BRUXELLES)
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Mary Chocolates is offering a 45 minutes stroll through the history of chocolate, from its Mayan origins to the making of its famous pralines.
Mayan and Aztec Gods and the conquest of the new world are shown on a huge door. Visitors will learn about the founder of Mary, Marie Delluc, and will discover her story. A short film invites visitors to travel from cocoa tree to praline, from cocoa pods to ballotins and cocoa bean to kingship.
Your senses, by now fully awoken, will be ready for the tasting session!
The shop window separates the exhibition space from the creation space. This glass screen ensures an impeccable level of hygiene.
Covering the whole surface area of the shop, the glass screen offers complete transparency concerning the work of our chocolatiers.
Group visits: from 20 people, €12 per person (tasting included), open from Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm (last entrance 3:30 pm), visit duration is 45 minutes.
Guide: €50. Possibility to buy pre-packed chocolates.
Workshops: 2 hours, €40 per person.
Languages: French, Dutch, English, Spanish, German, Chinese, Russian and Japanese.
Parking available for buses and coaches.
Individual visits: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm (last entrance 3:30pm), €8 per person (tasting included).
Companies: a business space is available for companies. Unique, our lounge is open on the 'exhibition' space. This exhibition space is adaptable to your needs for projection of films and presentations.
Neutral and classic, our meeting room is a great space for your interviews and negotiations.
Visit our partners' webpages
- Royal Museum of the Army and Military History in Brussels
- Zaabär Chocolates & Spices
- Royal Fine Arts Museums - Musée Fin-de-Siècle Museum
- Lion Mound of Waterloo
- Musée Oldmasters Museum, Ancient Art, Fine Arts Museum of Belgium