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ChocoMuseo is the new Cacao and Chocolate Museum in Granada Nicaragua.It offers a great overview of the history, the nature and the manufacturing of the cacao and the chocolate. There is a chocolate factory located inside the museum and Cacao farm...more
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Calle atrvesada, frenetic a bancentro, Granada 43000, Nicaragua
+505 2552 4678
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ismael is hilarious and knows a lot. We all really enjoyed the samples and learning all about chocolate. Highly recommend this visit while in Granada.

Thank Tay233
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It was our daughter's choice to take a tour and make her own chocolate on her birthday. The staff went above and beyond to make it special by singing Happy Birthday and bringing her a sweet treat. We also learned a lot about growing and...More

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Reviewed June 5, 2018 via mobile

Thoroughly entertaining experience thanks to the lively antics of our guide Ishmael. Making your own chocolate from bean to bar is fascinating. We visited at an unsettled time in Nicaragua, but this was a welcome and fun refuge.

Thank Ronald F
Reviewed May 30, 2018

I went to the museo a couple of times througout the couple of days while I was in Granada. Everytime I had drank the tea (made from the husk) because it was so delicious. I was sick with nausea, diarrhea and couldn't eat much while...More

Thank Robin G
Reviewed May 19, 2018 via mobile

Kenny wonka really turned what may have been a mediocre, quick, info-tour into a memorable surprise during our 3 days in Granada. He definitely knew what he was talking about! At first sight, the choco mansion seems like your run of the mill souvenir shop...More

Thank Colleen D
Reviewed May 19, 2018 via mobile

We got a room for 35$/night and with that 50% off the spa so we decided to treat ourselves at the end of our trip. First room was basement and smelly, second room was beautiful and on second floor with a nice deck. Ac worked...More

Thank Darcy W
Reviewed May 16, 2018

We got to make our own Chocolate and eat it to !!! Best activity for kids.of all ages. There is a lot of info about chocolate ,and there are even plants in the garden to!

Thank edgarziber9
Reviewed May 16, 2018

Visited this museum as a part of a day excursion from Costa Rica with Native's Way. The tour guide was really entertaining and made the visit fun! It was nice to taste so many different chocolate things - candy, tea, liquor, etc.

Thank A J
Reviewed May 12, 2018 via mobile

We had a very good time doing the chocolate bar activity and the staff is great and very enthusiastic ! The place is very beautiful and it's a nice activity overall . Given the price and the atmosphere it's something thing to do with a...More

Thank Julie N
Reviewed May 8, 2018

You can sign up (and pay) to take chocolate-making classes or just go there and take a (free) "tour". The guide will explain the history of chocolate, and in an energetic, dynamic way (at least I assume all the guides are that way). Then you'll...More

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Response from hockeypuck9399 | Reviewed this property |
It cost me 450 cordobas or $15 for a bottle.
May 27, 2015|
Response from c0Travels | Reviewed this property |
That is a good question. I am not certain. Once we cleared immigration & customs it was about 9:30pm and there was an individual out on the curb coordinating loading onto the shuttle. Once you leave the secure area and... More