MUSEUM OF CHOCOLATE JACQUES
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The Jacques chocolate factory was founded in 1896. This educational museum uncovers everything from the cultivation of cacao to the finished products, from the origins to the fabrication of chocolate as well as the ceremonial rituals that accompanied its tasting in times gone by. A rich collection of ancient moulds, packaging, publicity, etc. will allow you to follow the history of the factory in which the museum is installed.
Guided visit (by appointment): € 3,- per person (min. 10 pers.). Fixed price of € 30,- for a group of less than 10 pers. Groups of max. 40 persons per guide.
Duration of the visit: +/- 1 hour.
Last entrance at 4.30 pm.
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
Video screens and subtitles.
Entry (no guide): € 2,- (from 13 years) - € 1,- (children from 6 to 12 years).
Free of charge for children younger than 6 years.
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