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We've all heard stories about the French being rude to Americans but we had never experienced it first hand until we went to this attraction this past weekend. First, as you enter, you can sample different chocolates. Sadly the chocolate discs are in a box...More
Date of experience: March 2019
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Choco-Story, Directeur général at Le musee gourmand du chocolat - Choco-Story, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Before your review, I heard about your visit on 9 march by my local manager.
Therefore, I checked our security footage to get the facts.
As far as I could see and hear, the chef you met was performing the demonstration that was...More
The museum was very interesting - there was lots of information on the history of chocolate from it's origins to present-day. There were lots of different historical artefacts and a downloadable tour guide if you didn't want to read all of the information. There were...More
We took our children, ages 5-16 to this museum this week. The displays were clear and informative regarding the history of chocolate making and consumption from the time of the Aztecs and Mayans to present. For my younger children, an activity booklet kept them engaged...More
Earlier this month, I had purchased tickets online to the Chocolate Museum for my sister and her family, who are living in Paris. But I made a mistake. I had thought the tickets could be used anytime like a gift card. However, they were actually...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Choco-Story, Directeur général at Le musee gourmand du chocolat - Choco-Story, responded to this reviewResponded 1 January 2019
Pleasure was mine.
Happy New Year !
Such a fun museum with chocolate samples throughout! I went with my nieces both under the age of 4 and they had fun too. Museum activity book that is engaging and well done. Yummy chocolate samples. And the information cards along the wall are really...More
Our niece was in Paris while my husband and I were there. We took her to the Chocolate Museum. We paid for a chocolate making lesson. We had so much fun. Our chocolatier showed us how to make chocolate bars with swirls, dipped marshmallows with...More
The admission price is about €13 plus any additional hot chocolate purchases. The museum consists of three parts; two tell how chocolate is grown and it’s history, while the third is a demonstration. There are about 3 opportunities to sample throughout the tour so make...More