The chocolate is very tasty and delicious, but the tour is very lackluster. You walk through the "kitchen" which is not very big, and there are only a few machines...none of which were working when we toured (not producing). It was interesting to see the beginnings of chocolate, but it is all "lecture" and no hands-on. The chocolate tasting was nice. Be sure you buy your tickets from the trolley lines and save a few dollars. This tour can be missed, but don't overlook the chocolate store...expensive, but SO TASTY!
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