We went there with some friends, the entrance is free but you can try everything you want: fudge, moisturiser, perfum... a lot of fun. And the chocolate you can buy is amazing!
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Even without doing the full tour/ paid lesson, there are lots of interesting things to learn about making and tasting chocolate. Both Chocomuseums have a host of other interesting shops including beadwork of a range and quality you won't find any where else.
Nothing extremely interesting, in my opinion. Wonderful chocolate, but that's not hard to find in Guatemala. If you want a real chocolate experience, and learn how chocolate is made, visit Chocolate D Taza in San Juan del Obispo. You can catch a Chicken Bus by...More
Chocolate is something most of us enjoy but quiet honestly, I never thought about how it was made. Well after a few hours with Patty, you'll know a whole lot more about chocolate and what can be done with the fruit that is used to...More
Great experience with friendly and knowledgable local staff. The museum and history of chocolate is fascinating and the workshops are very fun. Very high tourist prices.
This place was not nearly as interesting as I was hoping. They didn't walk me through the process, no little films, no exhibits other than chocolate for purchase. They do take credit cards, however.
Great place to be on a rainy day! Ask for the hot chocolate you can make yourself! Come with honey milk and spices you can add and mix together however you prefer! There is traditional music playing in the background, information on how chocolate is...More
We enjoyed the ChocoMuseo a lot on our visit to Antigua. The museum was pretty small, and I was surprised at the amount of information to learn about chocolate and its roots in the Americas. It was very interesting! We also signed up for the...More
We took the "how to make chocolate class" Orlando was our guide and he was EXCELLENT. Very informative, kind, gentle and funny. I learned so much about the whole process, more than I was expecting. The activity might feel a bit too long and too...More