"CHOCOLATE MUSEUMS" Page 1,
ABOVE: Mozart Kugeln chocolates
on display in Salzburg.
Musée du Cacao et du Chocolat, Brussels
The Cocoa and Chocolate Museum offers historical exhibits, videos, live
demonstrations, chocolate samples, and a shop where you can buy edible souvenirs
of your visit.
Location: Maison des Ducs de Brabant, Grand Place 13, Brussels.
A family-oriented chocolate theme park and factory tour in Bourneville,
England, just south of Birmingham. Admission isn't cheap, but free chocolate
bars are handed out during the tour.
Planète Musée du Chocolat, Biarritz
Learn about the history and production of chocolate in the elegant seaside
resort of Biarritz. The museum has antique chocolate-making tools, a machinery
room that recreates the atmosphere of an old chocolate factory, and a "Chocolate
Show" with "hot chocolate tasting and convivial talk about secrets and virtues
Stollwerk Chocolate Museum
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"The World of Chocolate" has attracted chocoholics to Cologne since 1993.
Attractions include historical exhibits, a two-story production area, a
chocolate fountain (drinks permitted), and a restaurant overlooking the Rhine
River. If you don't read German, you can translate at
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