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Great museum with plenty of easy to digest information about the history of chocolate and chocolate making. Loads of exhibits from all around the world. Finished up with a live demo of chocolate making, and a free chocolate!
Interesting and informative tour about history of cocoa bean and chocolate production. Be prepared for quite a lot of reading though. Touch screen questionnaire to discover chocolate most suited to personal taste requires attention as screens didn't respond to touch! Get to taste a chocolate...More
The building is quite compact. The tour is not guided, you are given a laminated card with directions telling you which rooms to visit. There were many interesting facts we learnt about chocolate making along the way. The museum tour really does tell you the...More
Don't really know what I was expecting but wasn't really grabbed by all the displays of cocoa growing. The video was quite interesting and some of the old tins brought back memories but I didn't stay for long.
Nice little museum, it doesn't take you long to whip round it, nice to see them making the chocolate, but the best part was the little shop at the end. They have some great little bits for sale.. The big chocolate buttons with (Costa Rica)...More
From the forest, to the people, to the pod, to the experimentation, to the journey that has made chocolate world known, this is a museum with all you could want to know about chocolate. Start on the top floor and work your way down. There...More
This museum was good and interesting with the life story of a cocoa bean from the field to chocolate on the shelves. Was very quiet when we visited so the demonstrations were good because we could see well and got a chocolate at the end....More