The tour leaders are excellent and engaging. We learned so much about the history of chocolate and how it evolved over the centuries. This is a hands on tour and you come away with your our custom made chocolate bar!
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We visited the Chocolate museum. The entrance was free and there was a possibilty to taste a few products. They had Choco wine, nicatella, brownies etc. There also was a pool in the back where you could swim. It didn't look to nice but not...More
This is not so much a museum but a gift shop that sells locally make chocolate in various sizes and designs. The rest of the museum is a small bar and a large garden style restaurant. The chocolate does not live up to European standards
I visited the choco-museum while in Granada. It was worth visiting if you are interested in the local chocolate industry and leaning about the history of chocolate. However it is expensive. For US$21 you can lean about chocolate for 90 minutes and sample some chocolate...More
So i was taking an horse carriage tour of the city by this nice gentleman name ector and he stopped at the chocomuseo at first i thought it was one of those tourist trap, but was i wrong i learned about the chocolate making process,...More
Our group of 30 (23 teenagers and 7 adults) all enjoyed the experience and learned about making chocolate. They made learning interactive and fun for all ages.
We visited the ChocoMuseo in May, 2017 and had high expectations as we LOVE, LOOOOOVE chocolate, especially dark chocolate. We had a tour of the museum as well as had the opportunity to try several products from tea, to chocolate, to liquors, to skin care...More
This was awesome. You get a great short tour explaining the history of chocolate and then you get to make some! The whole team is great and enthusiastic. Everyone who comes here leaves with a smile. I don't usually write reviews but this was definitely...More
This is a cool place to wander for about an hour. If you go through the gift shop to the courtyard they have a very good self guided tour in both English and Spanish detailing the history and process of chocolate making. In the garden...More