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We enjoyed our visit. It's a great family activity for little kids. Inside of the building it was bright and clean. There were bakery workshops for kids to be creative. Come early to get a parking spot. There were nice exhibits and shops and a...More
Admission is NT200 for adults and NT100 for children under 12.
Half of the admission fees are redeemable for products or services.
DIY workshops cost a separate NT250 or NT200 depending on package chosen.
The DIY workshop runs hourly and are very well received by...More
Chocolate making class is a plus for this indoor activity for the family.
The entrance fee comes with vouchers that can be used to reduce price for the 40mins chocolate making class where the items of slice of cake, cookies and some others being designed...More
It's a great place to spend a rainy day where you can visit the museum, have a guide or DIY your own chocolate (read: paint cookies and angel cake, put your own chocolate art on baking sheets and then let it dry = not actually...More
Located 20 minutes from Taoyuan city centre. The visitor center of this chocolate factory is a three storey structure that offers some history about chocolate with an exhibition area, a mini theater, a DIY workshop and a kiddy pool/ fountain.
Arrived on a Wednesday afternoon, and there were still about 3 or 4 classes of children on field trips present. It was cost effective, and the exhibits about how cocoa beans are processed into food were well done and informative. The DIY class for chocolate...More
I really enjoyed the chocolate making class - I do however wish it was in English. The museum was very interesting. I wish they had more choices on chocolate it was very limited and the restaurant was not open. If you like chocolate you should...More
This chocolate museum is similar to the one in Paris, but it has a great DIY program and is multi level. This one seemed a bit more kid friendly. For NT 200, you get to make two chocolate pops and two chocolate donuts with three...More
While waiting for the chocolate DIY workshop to start, we walked around the museum on our own where you can view exhibits about history of chocolate and how it comes about. There were also movie screenings about how chocolate and cookies were made. We were...More