Quality, authenticity, natural ingredients and above all a never-ending passion for biscuits.
In 1886 when Jules Destrooper set up his biscuit company that bears the same name, he could never have imagined that exactly 125 years later, gourmets from more than 75 different countries would be fans of these biscuits.
In this brand new visitor's centre, you can wander, quite literally, through the rich history of the world-famous biscuits from West Flanders. Plus, you can learn an enormous amount about how the Destrooper family bakes its refined biscuits today. During your visit one of our bakers provides detailed explanation, and of course you will have the opportunity to sample lots of products during the programme.
|Address||Gravestraat 5, 8647 Lo|
|Tel.||058/28 09 33|
Weekdays and Saturdays from 09h00 to 12h30 and from 13h30 to
17h30 (Fridays to 16h30)
As from 1/1/2013 opening hours will be from 9h30 instead
|Closed||Friday mornings, Sundays and Public
22 December 2012 till 1 January 2013 included.
(Provisory - might still change)
|Admission fee||€ 4.00 pp. (adults and children over 12
€ 2.00 pp. (children under 12 years)
free children < 6 years
|Individual visits||Visitors are free to explore without
A guide on request - supplement € 30.00.
|Groups||As of 20 persons: reservation required
|Reservationsfirstname.lastname@example.org or call 058/28 09 33|