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We were very excited to learn how to make gelato and perhaps it was our fault for not paying close attention that it wasn’t gelato we would learn to make but sorbet...meh, no fun. Plus, we really didn’t have choice of fruit to work with....More
We did the 1hr tour and it was really interesting to learn about the history of gelato. The staff were incredibly nice and even helped us order a cab. Most importantly the gelato was amazing! €7 for the tour and 3 scoops of gelato!
We came for my fiancées birthday and did the 2.5 hour masterclass where u learn to make your gelato in addition to the tour.
€50 per person but worth every penny! And after all you’d pay more elsewhere for cookery classes....
We were in a...More
It is not very easy to get to the Gelato Museum as getting a bus is not very easy in Italy if you don't speak the language. It took us about 45 mins by bus 87 from Bologna Central Train station. It is not far...More
The first part of our visit (looking around the museum) was very good. It is super interesting and I learned a lot. The person taking us around seamed nice and knew what she was taking about. after we left the museum and went to gelato...More
Date of experience: July 2017
Thank Sasha A
Michela I, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Gelato Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 27 October 2017
we are so sorry that you didn't feel comfortable at our Museum.
I spoke with my colleagues and they were wondering if you had the visit early in the morning in July because during that time the gelato shop opened at 12 pm...More
Worth a visit. Took a tour when students on holiday so couldn't see how the ice cream is made. Guide informative ie showed old gelato machines, history, transportation and moulds but nothing was interactive, so the group just listened for less than an hour- chose...More