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Advice on Brussels -chocolate tours and museums

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Leaving for a trip to Brussels and France in just a few weeks. Will be in staying in Brussels 4 nights. Note - this can't be changed due to business meeting of DH, so don't bother telling me why I should stay in Bruges or spend more time in France. My questions are about things to do in Brussels.

I'd like to do a chocolate tour. I've seen two online. Does anyone know which is better or what the difference is? Or do you know of another similar or better tour? Do I need to reserve this in advance? Here are the links.

I would also like advice on which of the following museums has reasonable English explanations. I'm afraid my French is too old to be very useful. Also, if there's another non-art museum that that you would recommend, please let me know.

Musical Instruments Museum
Jewish Museum
Royal Armed Forces and Military History Museum
Royal Museum for Central Africa
Museum of the City of Brussels

Thanks in advance for your advice.

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