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Are you a chocolate lover? Come and live a truly chocolate experience at ChocoMuseo Lima! In our chocolate museum you will uncover all the cocoa secrets while you taste the best artisanal chocote made with the best organic Peruvian beans! Further...more
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Calle Berlin 375, Lima 08001, Peru
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We really enjoyed our "Make your own chocolate" workshop at the ChocoMuseo at the Parque Kennedy location Our friendly, full of life tour guide/chocolate professor - Jose - was incredibly knowledgeable about the chocolate making process and brought so much life and energy to the...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I attended the workshop ‘Make your own chocolate’. I like the Ambiente and the products. The explanations and the guide through the museum were really interesting. But unfortunately the chocolate I ‘made’ (=fill in liquid chocolate and decorate with things like Quinoa ) has really...More

Thank R L R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Some say some chocolate is better than no chocolate. You decide if a a little of Chocomuseo’s is worth it. We didn’t think so. The place lures you in with tiny, free samples then offers expensive chocolate making workshops in this rackety, tourist-filled shop. This...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I sampled cocoa butters, liqueurs, and brownies, all in under half an hour. Great for kids and grown-ups who haven't grown up.

Thank Benjamin H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited as part of Foodies Peru tour, the ChocoMuseo has really lovely staff happy to talk you through the history and manufacture of chocolate. There is a cafe where you can try some (frankly delicious) chocolate dishes. We had chocolate brownie which was very rich...More

Thank angelfish2222
Reviewed July 9, 2018

We signed up for the Bean to Bar workshop for our family of 5 (youngest kid 9 years old). This is at the Calle Berlin location in Miraflores Lima. There is a Kennedy Park location about a 6-7 minute walk away, so make note of...More

Thank wens2015
Reviewed July 4, 2018

We were taken to this place during our city tour and I thought that time was not enough! I purchased very good quality Couverture chocolates from them and chilly chocolate was my favourite. A good demonstration of how chocolate is made from beans. They have...More

Thank Kalindi D
Reviewed June 14, 2018

Something different near the main square. Lots of tourists and some locals. Everyone enjoying themselves. A place to shop, to take in how the chocolate is made, with some displays also of chocolate "life" in Lima. Our whole group enjoyed the experience. It is more...More

Thank finesilver
Reviewed June 7, 2018 via mobile

We saw the ChocoMuseo on the street and decided to stop in. The chocolate and coffee were delicious, and we really enjoyed being able to sample so many different flavors. We paid for the mini chocolate making workshop (about $15) where we were provided with...More

1  Thank Laura S
Reviewed May 26, 2018 via mobile

We had heard about the chocolate museum in Cusco, but didn't do it at the time since we thought there were better things to do there. In Lima, well, we were almost looking for nice things to do. I read great reviews about the 2...More

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Response from NicMS9 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I used Quechuas Expeditions based in Cusco for my trip to Peru in April/May this year. They were great and tailored the tour to include my requested destinations. There is a Choco museum in Lima & Cusco. We found the... More