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Ann_CatherineNorway
Oslo, Norway337 contributions
Sep 2011
Freia Sjokoladefabrikk is open for private parties, and we arranged our sons 11 year old borthday party at Freialand. This was truly the best birthday ever! A very nice amd knowledgeable guide followed us for the duration of our stay. First the kids got to make their own chocolate, as well as eating hot dogs (have to bring your own). Then it was on to Freialand which is all about the history of chocolate, and the history of the Freia company / factory. Amazingly, a Toltec tenple has been recreated in Freialand, telling the ancient tale oc chocolate in latin america, as well as the cargohold of a Spanish galleon carrying cocoa beans back to Europe. After some more education, it was into the production (strictly no under 10s, no jewellery, hands in pockets, no touching etc). Great experinence! The kids got enough samples during the stay to make them just slightly nauseous :-) Highly recommended!
Written September 25, 2011
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TomFarhias
Kongsberg, Norway508 contributions
Nov 2019 • Family
This was a well spend time for both kids and adults. The highlights were the opportunity to make your own chocolate and to watch several paintings from Munch in the canteen. You will get a handful of chocolates during the visit, which are delicious. Be aware that the tour guide is in Norwegian.
Written November 8, 2019
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VidarNilsen
Oslo, Norway399 contributions
Oct 2016 • Friends
Went there for a "surprise-visit" with my office colleagues, and we all loved it! If you are a chocolate lover this is a highly recommendable experience for all ages(must be minimum 10 years old). You get to make your own chocolate - and to bring it home of course - taste several of their products, learning about the history of Freia/chocolate in an entertaining way, and of course get to buy plenty of the brown gold if wanted.
Written October 7, 2016
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Agneta Arvidsson
Beitostolen, Norway172 contributions
Mar 2017 • Friends
Had a suprise for my friend and a visit to the Freia Sjokladefabrikk. We met up 30 minutes prior to the time we where supose to start the tour.
In a group with about 15 people we started the tour. We got aprons and hair net.
during the tour we got to taste chocolate like japp,melkesjokolade,kvikklunsj. Very genoruse with the chocolat.
You get to shop in their factory shop, how ever the lady taking the payment needs to work on her attidude. She did not say Hi or give us one single smile. It felt like we where not welcomed at all.The guide did the best he could to help her pack the chocolat for us.
In the end of the tour you make yuor own chocolat bar, to bad they did not have more toppings to chose from. I was expecting to make my own taste. You got time to decorate the box for the chocolat as well.

The guide did a good job.
Outside in the reception there was a BIG pile with chocolat Free for the employees, I wish they could store that somewhere els when you have paying guests walking buy!? And also in the chocolat shop there where some bars off limit for us, who only the emplyees could buy.

Over all a good way to spend a couple of houres in the capital. Not sure I will go again.
Written March 29, 2017
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Danielle
Norway120 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
My husband and I went here for the 'open day' recently where you could go take a peek inside the Freia factory for free. We didn't know it would be so terribly crowded. We queued for 40 minutes to get inside and we queued another 30 mins to get access to the shop downstairs. Screaming children everywhere, they're probably bored as there's nothing to do for children there except eating chocolate. The shop was very cheap, we found some good deals for great prices. No wonder there's a queue here. The rest of the experience was okay, paintings were nice and the best thing was that we could taste chocolate and grab a free chocolate bar.

During the event it was not possible to visit the actual factory but we hope to be back and book a guided tour into the factory one day. 👍🏻
Written January 9, 2017
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