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Choco Loco, an exhibition that will make you melt

Nalynn Dolan Caine |
Train World Museum in Brussels, Belgium, invites you to explore the tasty world of chocolate.

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Belgium’s railway network is the oldest on the European continent and it's chocolate industry became world famous following the invention of the praline.

Now, the Choco Loco exhibition at Train World Museum enables you to explore both worlds until 21 February 2021.

This exquisite cocoa-scented exhibition presents about twenty original chocolate sculptures of railway-related subjects created especially for the exhibition, designed by successful graphic-novel author and Train World scenographer François Schuiten, and made by the chocolate sculptors Peter Teerlinck and Bart Steegmans of Sculpture Events.

These sculptures, inspired by the railway world, resonate with the authentic locomotives and the dazzling decor of Train World.

Two famous Belgian chocolatiers, Pierre Marcolini and Dominique Persoone, have created an exclusive chocolate bar for the occasion, called L'Étoile du Nord.

This delicacy has been prepared with the best Criollo cocoa beans. These rare white beans have been cultivated in a sustainable and eco-ethical way on the estate of Mathieu Brees, a Belgian grower based in Mexico. This chocolate bar is exclusively available in the Train World shop.

Buy your entrance ticket online and admire the exhibition in the best possible safety conditions.


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