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The Chocolate Museum, St. Stephen

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Scores of sweet-toothed tourists and locals alike flock to The Chocolate Museum every year to learn more about the world’s favorite candy treat. Located in the very building where the nation’s famed Ganong Brothers originally started their chocolate empire and on the premises where they continued to make chocolate for over a century, you'll see some of the company’s finest chocolatiers at work still to this day. In addition to learning about the Ganong family, cast your eyes over the museum’s extensive collection of candy memorabilia and artifacts, including vintage chocolate boxes and antique candy-making equipment. Put The Chocolate Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our St. Stephen travel itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Great place to take visiting friends and family. Great exibit very imformative and tasty treats included in the price of admission. A must do for all tourists visiting St Stephen  more »
  • Very interesting place to visit. Once you enter there are trays of various chocolates to eat as much as you wish. Pull up a chair if you like. I suggest bringing a bottle of water to quench your thirs...  more »
  • Just moved to NB, and had a friend visit from AB. It's off-season, so very limited amount of tourist activities open, so we were really happy to find the Chocolate museum. Really interesting, long-sta...  more »
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  • Not a lot of museum. Plenty of chocolate, though. Heaping bowls of chocolates throughout the museum. The actual displays were pretty dull and quick to zip through. If you're going to buy chocolate anyway, you might want to skip the museum and head straight to the store up front. Probably the most interesting part of the museum for me were the old boxes they had, from the old days.
  • History and chocolate, what's not to love? Watching the chocolates hand dip the Ganong chocolates and seeing how everything is made from the cocoa bean into a delicious treat was educational and fun!
  • Open only in the summers but a great place to eat a ton of chocolates and look at some history
  • Fun place to take the kids. Lots of free samples.
  • Unlimited chocolate while inside omnomnom.