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SchokoMuseum, Vienna

(3.2/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was a dream visit for all kids. The museum itself is quite small. Second floor with transparent walls is quite interesting: you observe all stages of production and enjoy some chocolate waffles. Mo...  more »
  • The Schokomuseum is worth a visit anyway,... it's not very big, but it totally like the kids. It is not there but more like an hour, so if extra going to Vienna, you should do something else,... If you live nearby, nice excursion in the afternoon. Super, I find it that there is a private parking for guests at the Museum is free of charge.
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  • 1 hour program. Is actually nothing special but still good to see. Little introduction as a cinema. History of cocoa, sugar, etc. Chocolate fountain are available for cost and at the production, you can also try 4 varieties. Child €5 is a store where you can shop - 10% with your admission ticket adults €6 in addition to factory.
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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