This is a little out of the way and you kinda drive through some real run down spots to get to it but it was fun.
If you are interested in the tour they are given at the top of the hour. (check first) We got there about 10 after so we didn't get the tour. We were there in the morning and were the only one there. I would recommend this time for a quieter tour.
There is a pretty awesome and free "museum" in the back that has a wide variety of chocolate boxes and advertising.
There is a nice variety of candy in the shop. I highly recommend asking for a sample before buying. We bought some chocolate we really liked and some that we didn't care for at all.
If you are in the area its a nice diversion.
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