Darcis Chocolate Factory - Chocolate Museum

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The Darcis Chocolate Museum is above all an experience on two floors, to be experienced with all five senses.

On the ground floor, a real journey through time awaits you with a scenography that will delight young and old alike. Our crazy clock will guide you through the corridors of time.

Step into the shoes of the Feathered Serpent God and enter his mysterious Mayan temple. Then take a leap back to the time of the conquistadors and imagine yourself as a sea explorer boarding his caravel in search of treasure. Then, our clock will make you pause at the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, to start again its epic towards a bourgeois living room of the XVIIIth century where you will be able to imagine yourself tasting the invaluable ancestral Hot Chocolate while being imprinted with the musical environment of former times.

Finally, you can step into the shoes of a chocolate seller in our authentic shop and follow the timeline of the great Verviers chocolate makers from 1860 to the present day.

On the first floor, we will show you the essential gestures of the chocolate maker and we will give you all the benefits and all the secrets of the making of our precious dark gold. All your senses will be awakened! Your sense of smell and your palate will be put to the test through challenges and tastings. Other visual and tactile surprises await you, but let's keep the suspense alive.
Rest assured, you will know everything, from the bean to the tablet!

You will end your experience at the Musée du Chocolat by visiting our glassed-in workshops where you can watch our chocolate makers at work. This will inspire you to create your own chocolate treat... Your adventure can then begin! We will be delighted to receive photos of your creations which we will gladly publish on our social networks.
Chocolate will have no more secrets for you...

Live an unforgettable voyage into the heart of Chocolate and discover the delicious world of Jean-Philippe Darcis!

Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
  • The Museum is easily accessible by car (adjacent car park) or Verviers railway station (10 minutes on foot).