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Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

1. Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

Experience immersive environments, informative films, 3D projections, tastings and more on this interactive tour of the Colmar chocolate museum.  The journey begins in a tropical forest where you will meet a small monkey eating cocoa pods, and learn about the harvesting the cocoa trees. Leaving the forest, you enter an Aztec temple that reveals the serpent god Quetzalcoatl, who, according to the legend, introduced cocoa on earth. Entering the next room, the floor creaks, the lamps stir, the windows reveal an azure sea ... The scene takes place in the 16th century, on a Spanish ship, where you'll discover cocoa's journey to Europe.  It's a century later that chocolate will enter the great European courts and you'll follow this journey and meet the luxurious equipment they made to drink this very special spice called cocoa. Don't miss the original flavors they offered at that time. Chocolate was also considered as a medication and you'll discover all the beliefs and truths about the benefits of cocoa.  The second floor is dedicated to industrialization and all the chocolatiers that made Alsace the largest producer of chocolate in France. Then, in the virtual demonstration, meet 3 chocolatiers who will present their recipes and all the tricks they use to make their perfect chocolates.

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What people are saying about Choco Story, Colmar

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 19 reviews

Basically: The workshop was good and fun. We (two) were the only participants. The museum that went with it was also interesting. Both tears but not from the stool. The disadvantage of the workshop was that no chocolate (mass) was prepared, but only covered with liquid chocolate, for example marshmallow. Small bars were also poured and creative mini bars were made by mixing different types of chocolate. Conclusion: Chocolate was not made and nothing was mentioned about it. Nevertheless, the course was interesting and above all funny. Can you do it. But not a second time. A comment is circulating online that one leaves the course with around 250 to 300 grams of chocolate. Maybe it used to be like that? We came out with less than 50gr. Not as a criticism, but as a clarification. Overall thumbs up! Ma+Ma

very nice experience. the museum is very well designed and informative. the chocolatier was very friendly and we loved the workshop. i totally recommend

Very playful workshop which complements the visit of the museum very well.

Great experience, the staff are lovely and the chocolate delicious!!!

Was very cool, interesting to learn and discover a lot