8 Tempting Chocolate Museums Around The World To Sate Your Choco-Cravings

For love of everyone’s favourite chocolates, visit these chocolate museums for a sweet outing!

Don’t we all just love chocolates? That’s one thing we’re sure no one can resist! To this day, when we think about sweets, a brown bar pops up in our minds and melts it away. Chocolates are the most popular sweets and these days we can find them in candies, drinks, perfumes and what not. There’s so much that melting cacao-made chocolates offer. However, some chocolate aficionados have gone a step ahead and have dedicated whole museums just for chocolates! A haven where chocolate fountains flow freely and the air is filled with the sweet scent of cocoa. Believe it or not, such a world exists. These museums explain the history and the production process of chocolates. That’s not it, the best part of these museums is of course the chocolate tastings and workshops. They’re interactive experiences that will treat your taste buds and leave you grinning from ear to ear. So, whether you’re a chocoholic or simply looking for a fun and unique day out, a chocolate museum is the perfect destination. Just be prepared to get tempted on every step there!


The Cologne Chocolate Museum, Germany

The Cologne Museum, Germany

The Cologne Chocolate Museum in Germany, is a place where you can witness a mesmerising three-metre tall chocolate fountain cascading down several tiers. Located on the Rhine River, this futuristic building gives visitors three floors of chocolate history to ponder.


Hershey’s Chocolate World, Pennsylvania

Hershey's Chocolate world

The Hershey’s Chocolate World is a playful wonderland that offers a behind-the-scenes look at Hershey’s chocolate production and, of course, plenty of opportunities to indulge in your favourite Hershey’s treats. It is home to some of the best experiences around chocolate including making your own chocolate bar.   


Choco-Story, Belgium


Choco-Story takes you on a journey through the fascinating world of Belgian chocolate, complete with live demonstrations by skilled chocolatiers. Located in three cities—Brussels, Burges and Antwerp, the Choco-Story lets you taste one of the creations of the master chocolate-maker after every demonstration.


Museo del Chocolate, Mexico

Museo de chocolate , mexico

To get a historical perspective, head to Mexico City’s Museo del Chocolate, where you’ll learn about the ancient Mesoamerican cultures who first cultivated cocoa beans. This museum celebrates the history of cacao to modern-day chocolate-making.


Museu de la Xocolata, Spain

Museu de la Xocolata, Spain_

Located in a former monastery in Barcelona, the Museu de la Xocolata boasts sculptures so impressive that you’ll forget you’re looking at chocolate. The subject of these sculptures range from copies of serious religious works to whimsical cartoon characters. You can also indulge in plenty of chocolate and chocolate activities at this museum.


Cadbury World, United Kingdom

Cadbury world, United Kingdom_

We all deserve a fun all-day trip to Birmingham’s most happening place—Cadbury World. This Museum divided into 14-zones offers a self-guided exhibition tour that tells the story of the brand and history of chocolate in general. You can enjoy melting after demonstration and that too on-the-house!


Les Secrets du Chocolat, France

Les Secrets Chocolate Museum, France_

Stock up on chocolate treats! Les Secrets du Chocolat invites you on a voyage of discovery to trace the past and present of chocolates all the way from Ecuador. Replete with a theatre, tea room, and gift shop that sells chocolate pasta, chocolate vinegar, chocolate beer and decorative antique chocolate moulds this museum is all-things-fun.


Lindt Home of Chocolate, Switzerland

Lindt Home of Chocolate_

Swiss chocolates are the best in the world and what better place to dive into the world of chocolate than Lindt Home of Chocolate—one of the world’s largest chocolate museums in Switzerland. Here, you can get a chocolate tour with an audio guide, which will tell you all about the Swiss cultural heritage of chocolate. The best part of this museum is unlimited access to Lindt chocolates and the Lindt chocolate fountain.

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