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Museo Mucho chocolate

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Museo Mucho chocolate

129 Reviews
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Calle Milan Corner with Roma 45, Mexico City 06600 Mexico
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CuauhtémocMexico City Metro7 min
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dpendgracs wrote a review Mar 2020
Manitoba, Canada197 contributions38 helpful votes
I visited this chocolate museum and shop five years ago and was pleased to see that some of the exhibits change and there is always something new to taste or experience. On our visit February 1, 2020, in addition to the tour of the various rooms (galleries), we participated in a
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bdearl41 wrote a review Oct 2019
Greensboro, North Carolina258 contributions44 helpful votes
A good place to pop in if it’s raining to spend 45 minutes. The room covered in chocolate is pretty cool and smells delightful. There is a lot of information here about chocolate’s origins but it isn’t presented in a very interesting light. Also espanol is a must. Now the cafe
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Date of experience: October 2019
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trafalgar169 wrote a review May 2019
Southampton, United Kingdom47 contributions11 helpful votes
An afternoon stroll to the chocolate museum with imagination running wild of all things chocolate. Unfortunately the museum did not live up to expectations. We were greeted by a young person who spoke very little English and could barely give us directions of which way to go.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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The M wrote a review May 2019
Germany98 contributions41 helpful votes
After ten days in CDMX, we tried this museum due to relatively good ratings. It's essentially five rooms packed with stuff around chocolate. Although moatly translated to English, I didn't undersgand what they want to say with the museum. No description of recipes, manufacturing
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Date of experience: May 2019
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roach808 wrote a review Feb 2019
Juneau, Alaska684 contributions49 helpful votes
Though it was probably one of the more expensive things we did (at least poorer value), it was certainly unique. We got to learn a lot about chocolate, the process, the history, and where it comes from (not just Mexican). There is a cute little shop attached.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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