We didn't really know what to expect from a chocolate museum but we were pretty happy with what they offer. The staff were really friendly and let us try lots of prepared chocolate, plus raw cocoa beans, cocoa husk tea (delish!) and even 5 different flavours of pisco. We opted to do the chocolate-making class, which lasted about an hour and we learned about tempering chocolate, and even made our own chocolates. It's well worth the (low) price to do it.
As far as being educated about chocolate, the museum doesn't offer too much, just the basics.
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