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Canton Lucerne

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Lucerne: Swiss Chocolate Adventure Experience

1. Lucerne: Swiss Chocolate Adventure Experience

Use your entrance ticket to head inside the Swiss Chocolate Adventure, an attraction located at the Swiss Museum of Transport. Take your seat on a traveling cart to embark on a multimedia journey about Swiss chocolate. Listen to fascinating commentary on your audio guide as you pull up to 10 different displays to learn about the history of Swiss chocolate and how it's produced, transported and sold. Learn when and how chocolate was discovered, how people first cultivated their precious cocoa beans and how Switzerland’s yummy chocolate — considered some of the finest in the world — is manufactured and transported to confectionery counters everywhere. Along the way, feel your senses come alive: the multisensory ride envelops you in the aromas, flavors and sights of chocolate for a truly immersive experience! Plus, receive your own free sample of delicious Swiss chocolate to take home or enjoy during your journey.

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What people are saying about Canton Lucerne

Very nice experience the history of cocoa made with videos on a trolley that goes from one side to the other like a carousel is very nice even for the smallest children .. At a certain point they also give you chocolates .... Highly recommended book online so skip the line at the ticket office

An amazing tour! Did not really know what to expect. Thought we were in a ghost train ride for a while. So well designed.

An enjoyable 30 minutes, for children and adults alike, spent learning about the process of making chocolate.

Nice trip - a little quick.

We were 7 pers, 2 adults and 5 grandchildren, therefore it became a chocolate too small.

Indeed interesting. Teach some info on the process nit well known