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Small space but very interactive. At the end, chocolates to taste are not so many (they have a lot but of the same type). Workshop was funny but was really fast...more time and a second form per person would be nice.
The tour was nice but not really exceptional and the staff is really not well organised nd not super friendly. We did the chocolate moulding with the kids. It was done in less than 5 min and they could one prepare one "unicorn" each. There...More
The tour of the chocolate factory starts with you making your own 2 ocolate bars; BIG bars. There are three types of choclolate: White, Milk and Dark to mix and match. In addition, there are about 12-15 ingredients you can add to your bars from...More
The visitors center is not a dramatic experience (audio guide),however, the chance to get a "Rotation Sushi" of chocolates + chocolate fountain is a good reason for chocolate lovers.
Staff were very friendly.
Don't skip the chocolate moulding (book in advance). This option is lots...More
This was not what was expected! Please don't think you'll get a "factory tour" like we did. Made the trip from Lucerne about 1-1/2 hours with train plus bus. But a paradise for kids and chocolate lovers with the "all you eat" sampling.
We enjoyed it. The tour was informative. It was more audio visual with multiple stations you walk to with headphones on many languages. It was very well done.
The conveyor belt of free chocolate at the end was good. Some of the interactive stations were...More
There's no lakes of chocolate, or infinite gob stoppers, just an audio tour and then some (very tasty!) free chocolate. The audio tour explains how chocolate is made, but it's just watching TV screens.
Once complete, the downstairs part has a 'Yo Sushi' style conveyor...More
I initially thought that they might have 10 to 20 varieties but was very surprised ( in a good way) when we found the vast variety. I couldn't even finish tasting before I couldn't eat anymore. It's a must visit!
The staff don't communicate and don't seem to know what they're doing. I don't speak much German and wanted to do the tour. Bought my ticket and was directed to the wrong area. The lady checking tickets there acted like she'd never seen a ticket...More
Date of experience: May 2017
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Sandro W, Geschäftsführer at Chocolat Frey Visitor Center, responded to this reviewResponded May 23, 2017
Thank you for your critic.
We regret that you did not like the visit at the visitor centre of chocolat frey.
We do our best every day to make our guests happy. As you can see in the other reviews fortunately we can...More