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SchokoMuseum, Vienna
(3.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • SchokoMuseum-Chocolate Museum in Vienna-one name! This is actually a chocolate factory and no Museum, no! You buy a ticket for 6 euros and get into the empty corridor with Windows in the factory, which employs confectioners. No exhibit, no pictures, no pictures, no exposure. An empty corridor, 4 tray 4 kinds of chocolate and everything! Vykinutye money!
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  • We thought on a Sunday morning, that would be a nice fill-in. But when we arrived at 10 (opening time), already 2 buses full of people waiting and another was in the directions. As the Museum on the premises, space was scarce - the group came up partially in the enclosure when we saw a German video, a Hungarian group came suddenly and drowned out everything. The price of EUR 6 (8 with Guide) is cheap, especially since you can also taste and thus to save 10% on purchases in the shop. All in all - very time worth a visit also at the right time.
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  • We have made this tour with the lower card and were honest said something disappointed. First few levels were all employees upwards to observe the production line, but there apparently on break, and stoppage of all machines. It came in a dark room where a film was shown again below. It came in the middle of the film, which apparently ran on continuous loop. In the following, some old machines were exhibited and posters hung up. Three chocolate fountain, where you can taste chocolate on small spoons were the sad climax. There were also some prepared games, for example where you had to recognize nuts. Unfortunately the most nuts were gone. We have seen how some visitors have eaten these nuts with chocolate from the fountain. I would horrified before such nuts, since countless people on top have access, but apparently there are people that really tastes. Unfortunately, this "Museum" has not really much to offer and has met our expectations even ansatzweise. Too bad about the time...
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  • You can try choko samples!You can watch interesting movie how they make chokolade!
  • Total scam. We ended up in this ridiculous place on a (even more ridiculous) bus tour from Budapest. They asked us 10 euros for absolutely nothing. Actually even worse than nothing: we spend one hour in the "museum" walking in an infinite line that runs thru the stages of the exposition really boring and meaningless. Surprisingly in this place there were only Hungarians brought there by guided tours, clearly an agreement between gents to pull out out some money from the stupid tourist. The tour company is Adutours utazasi iroda, I suggest to avoid them.
  • Very small, but you can Taste the different stages of the production, which is cool.
  • The exhibition wasn't really interesting, maybe because of the holiday the production line didn't work. But the chocolate pieces were amazingly delicious!!
  • Small museum don't waste your time to go to it