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We visit St. Louis on a semi-regular basis, and we’re always looking for new things to see and experience there. When I saw free tours of a chocolate factory were offered, I knew we needed to check it out. It was interesting and fun, and...More
We discovered this candy company this summer. Unfortunately, we went for a tour without a reservation. We couldn't wait until later the same day so we scheduled a tour another day. We did buy some candy and were very impressed with the creaminess of the...More
Our group of 5 (ages 16, 19, 23 and... beyond) really enjoyed a very interesting and informative tour! Our tour guide - a retired teacher - gave a great presentation. We learned a lot about the process and enjoyed it all. The tour of the...More
Our group visited with 3 babies, the ladies were very friendly, accommodating & the tour ran with just us. It's free & about 15-20 minutes long visiting a corner of the small factory, The guide was very informative & friendly, the tour ended with a...More
We alll love chocolate in my family, so this experience ended up on our list of places to visit in St. Louis. We like touring companies/manufacturing where we may learn something we didn’t know before. It’s not a long tour; most of our time was...More
My family and I visited the Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company and we indulged in our love of chocolate. We were pleased to find out that this local business offers free tours of their factory, showing consumers how the company makes their chocolate. If you plan...More
This free tour is highly recommended. It’s informative, quick, and ends with free chocolate!
Call ahead to schedule your tour as it seems they fill up fast. We visited on a Saturday and were slightly disappointed there was no production. If you want to see...More
I went with our Cook's Club group to take a tour of this small chocolate factory. It is a short 20 minute tour, followed by a Chocolate tasting room. This would be a great tour to take your children or grandchildren on the way to...More