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SchokoMuseum, Vienna

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  • July 29, 2017
    At the beginning of our visit we watch the video on how chocolate is produced. Then go into the room, in which there are exhibits, and at the end of the Hall there are three fountains from chocolate to wine tasting. From the next room we can watch the process of chocolate production (unfortunately at quite high temperatures which were production is paused), we also have a few rodzaii chocolates and jellies to be savored. The ticket price is € 6 What is one of the cheaper attractions of Vienna, and gives a taste of the large and small!
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  • March 31, 2017
    I went to visit on this farm, on the outskirts of Vienna, with a group of students visiting the company. Tickets cost about 8 euros, with guide. the course includes an illustration of the route from the plantations to the collection to processing to the finished product. Very interesting also for the taste ... that were offered. After the visit there is the adjoining shop where you can buy all products gift boxes. the visit takes about an hour
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  • March 7, 2017
    It's time, this Saturday we went to the Schokomuseum, finally we made it to 4. Made, we have it so long. It smells totally chocolate when you enter the room. At the ticket office you can munch for the first time. Then you come into a room - with cinema. Man learns all about chocolate, and about Heindl. Is probably my new favorite company... (not so seriously). Then we go into the next room. Keys smell, try snacking ...das takes his time of course. This is definitely worth a visit. You also won't will pass on the chocolate fountain. Then off again by the cinema at the spot past the stairs up and you can see in the production of how everything is produced. On Saturday, there is already but no production during the week. But there's also a movie. The children can SC hokobilder paint and make yourself your own chocolates. It is worth but in any case to look at the Museum. With the admission ticket you can purchase whatever fresh produce in the business get even 10% discounts. There is also a private parking for the guests. With the lower Austrian card can even as often as you want to drop.
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  • May 6, 2017
    Small, not worth the money. Only had 5 different kid friendly chocolate samples, as well as 3 chocolate fountains with nothing to dunk in them but a spoon. Given it was the weekend the production line was not moving, but they still charged full admittance price. Waste of time.
  • June 25, 2017
    Sweet travel. Good place for the children birthday party.
  • May 28, 2017
    Good selection of chocolates
  • August 5, 2016
    You can try choko samples!You can watch interesting movie how they make chokolade!
  • September 9, 2016
    Small museum don't waste your time to go to it

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