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Hershey's Chocolate World

Hershey, PA, USA
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About Hershey's Chocolate World
Come EXPLORE THE MANY WONDERS OF CHOCOLATE at the first HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE WORLD Attraction located in CHOCOLATETOWN, USA - Hershey, Pennsylvania! Treat yourself to an assortment of one-of-kind experiences and discover the sweetest feeling of pure happiness. Plan your chocolate adventure today! Hershey's Chocolate Tour Create Your Own Candy Bar 4D Mystery Show Chocolate Tasting Experience Hershey Trolley Works Hershey's Largest Candy Store Food Court Bakery
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Nate D wrote a review Yesterday
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There are a lot of great activities to do here, especially if you have smaller children. There's a 4D movie, a chocolate tasting experience that is geared towards smaller kids, and a Hershey chocolate ride (free). You can also make your own chocolate bar and Reece's Cup. There's food and lots of souvenirs, and a large chocolate store to buy up as much chocolate as you and your kids would like. However, we went a few years ago and my family (2 teens and 2 adults) thought the old chocolate tasting was much better - you actually learned something. The new one is more kiddy and a bit manic. Kids wished the Reece's cup making was more of an experience, rather than just a quick line that only took a minute to make. Calling it an "experience" is not accurate at all. I also wish they sold more unique varieties of their candy here. Other than the extra large sizes, there really isn't anything you could buy here that you couldn't get at any other store.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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anderson213 wrote a review Jul 2
Hannibal, Missouri625 contributions220 helpful votes
This is an extra activity mostly geared for younger kids who get tired of the park, especially for multiple days. However, many teens will also enjoy it. There's information about Milton Hershey, the company, and chocolate, and if you are willing to spend almost thirty dollars per person, (like good little tourists! and fantastic mommy and daddies will), you can make your own special, large candy bar, based around your own favorite flavors.--It's a fun extra.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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BuckeyeTravel Bug wrote a review Jun 2022
Lakewood, Ohio398 contributions291 helpful votes
We went to the wine and chocolate pairing here. The pairing was ok but the person running it seemed to know nothing about the wine or the Hershey's chocolate. We still had fun though. This place is teeming with people shopping for chocolate, so maybe put the wine and chocolate pairing (a 21+ event) at the botanical garden or Hershey hotel.
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Date of experience: May 2022
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kimber926 wrote a review Jun 2022
Northeast Ohio62 contributions15 helpful votes
We did the adventure pack 1 which included the make your own candy bar, Unwrapped show, 4D movie, and trolley tour. We almost skipped the movie and theater show due to time, but we are so glad we didn't. Everything was awesome. We pre-ordered the tickets and chose our times. We started with the show which included tin box of chocolates that were used throughout the attraction. We then moved onto the movie (super cute) which also ended with a snack sized bar. The make your own bar was a bit chaotic, but it was fun to watch our own creations being made. You are also able to customize your own wrapper. The trolley tour was amazing. Our guide was a local, and he was able to share his own personal stories of growing up in Hershey. Our 11 year old didn't find it as fascinating as we did, but she still enjoyed it. Allow yourself some time to ride the free ride and wander the huge store for some unique candy (blueberry KitKats??).
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Date of experience: June 2022
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KJOSHI13 wrote a review Jun 2022
Birmingham, Alabama55 contributions68 helpful votes
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It was first time we came to know story of our favourite chocolates manufacturer.it is motivational plus entertaining tour Hip off bus ride in village was quite entertaining.Making your own brand of chocolate was life time experience. Worth visiting with family
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Date of experience: June 2022
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