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ChocoMuseo

Calle Garcilaso 210 (2nd floor) | 2nd floor, Cusco, Peru
+51 84 244765
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Cusco ChocoMuseo: From Bean to Bar Chocolate Workshop
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Calle Garcilaso 210 (2nd floor) | 2nd floor, Cusco, Peru
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Went there with some of my group to buy some salt, left with a very tasty chocolate bar. Lots of cool stuff there to bring back home. Add it to your places to visit, it is near the square, so easy to add to your...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

all eight of us enjoyed it, the chef/professor did a great job getting everyone to join in on the activities

Thank sinepari223
Reviewed 3 days ago

My wife and her friend tried the cooking class and really enjoyed not only the way chocolate is made but also the way it was portrayed by Jill (mans nick name, so probably spelt wrong). Great place to spend a few hours.

Thank RoyShropshire
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very nice museum and cafe. We also went to locations in Ollantaytambo, and Lima. Wonderful cocoa, lots of choices, nice view of the Plaza

Thank Steve P
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Me and my mom went anx we had amazing time! It cost 75 sol per person. Its really cheap and it goes on for2w hours. If you 💘 chocolate this is. the place to go! Our guide Jose luis was great and soo funny !in...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

South America is famous for its cocoa and chocolate and so you must visit this attraction when you are in Cusco. Its very interesting

Thank Arcadian22
Reviewed 5 days ago

The walk-through tour was a neat way to learn A LOT about chocolate. Free samples left me wanting to buy the whole store, lots of tasty things to take back home as souvenirs.

Thank Julianna F
Reviewed 1 week ago

We loved learning how to make chocolates. Our kids had a blast & it was a lovely souvenir to take back home.

Thank Preetipenati
Reviewed 1 week ago

Four of us took the chocolate workshop. It was so much fun. We learned about chocolate, as well as making our own and adding different flavors. It's a must-do while visiting Cusco!

Thank JypsiJ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Being a massive fan of dark chocolate I couldn't not visit this fabulous small but very hands on chocolate museum. They run small group tours, cooking classes and offer loads of samples along the way. The hot chocolate is to die for too! Well worth...More

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AletheaL3
Hello. We have a free half day in Cusco on Monday July 24, 2017 and we interested in taking your chocolate making course. There are 3 of us but there could be more. How do we sign up for your course? Thanks, Alethea.
March 25, 2017|
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Response from 514rebeccac | Reviewed this property |
We got our guide to book it for us. Otherwise sessions run three times a day at 11, 1 and I think 4pm. If you pop into the shop and book it then you should be ok
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maynard7
Where do you catch the tranvia? I saw it in the distance one day, but it never came to the Plaza de Armas. There is no information about their route on their Facebook page or anywhere else that I can find.
May 15, 2015|
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EmmaBlueL
Is it necessary to book tours here? How are workshops etc priced?
April 20, 2015|
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Response from Stephanie B |
Do we need to reserve ahead of time if we want to do the workshop? If so, how far in advance?
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