Choco-Story Chocolate Museum, Prague

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Find out how the spicy drink of the Aztecs became the chocolate that we know today with a visit to Choco-Story Chocolate Museum. Peruse authentic artifacts, including the collection of historical chocolate packages, which tell the 2,600-year-old history of chocolate using words, images, scents, and flavors. Learn what makes good chocolate, where chocolate originated, and how it came to Europe. You can even taste chocolate products that are prepared right here, and a shop out front sells a collection of Belgium treats. Use our Prague vacation planner to add Choco-Story Chocolate Museum and other attractions to your Prague vacation plans.
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  • A small museum is very similar to someone's private collection, but this collection is interesting, of course. But the main trick is that on the second level of the Museum you are offered free to try chocolate plates with different content of cocoa, in unlimited quantities. Next, you should see a cooking master class chocolates and again you will treat. And will again be very tasty. And now you're so inspired, and you fly on the wings of a huge chocolate shop located on the ground floor and buy-buy and ... SCARY get disappointed! Because this is a very different chocolates, absolutely. You take, for example, chocolate with candied, it is very expensive. You otlomjat from huge slabs of chocolate, the balances, wrapped, and learn how you now a magnificent example of clay you can only at home. But maybe then nuts in chocolate can drown out the bitterness from buying? No, you again get plastilinovidnoe something with raw and old nuts inside. Eh, and so wanted to try something new and delicious in this day. Do not argue, can we not so specifically luck with choice, and you all will be chocolate.
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  • I have to pay for going to the bathroom but consume, a bathroom that you pay € 1 and does not even half of the things work. In addition, in the cafeteria take advantage of the intersection of languages get into account things that you have not asked to charge them. The problem? That do not pay do not serve it you, and when you see that you put in the tray something that you have asked for no answer you super edges which is what you asked and what you already eat with potatoes. A scam going.
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  • This is a lovely place for a brief diversion whilst visiting in this area. There is a confectionery shop focused on chocolate (Belgian), a 'museum', a lovely coffee shop with seating plus toilet facil...  more »
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  • Somewhat interesting. Not quite worth the money. Learned some facts about the origins and use of chocolate, but the "all you can eat" chocolate selection is extremely limited. The store itself is cool and reasonably priced though.
  • The chocolate and sweet shop is very nicely presented and there is wide choice of products to purchase. Often they do demonstrations of rock candy making and hand out free samples to onlookers or people in the street. The chocolate is gorgeous but being in the centre of Prague everything is quite expensive and the shop targets mostly tourists.
  • For Prague, very expensive for a rather poor museum. You get to see chocolates being made, but the demonstrator rounds you up from the museum quite rudely. The "all you can eat" chocolate is just 5 flavours of buttons in sweet dispensers. The shop is good though, and has a wide selection.
  • The exhibition about the history of chocolate-making is very interesting. I also participated in a chocolate-making workshop there, it was so much fun with unlimited chocolate consumption ;P Highly recommend trying it!
  • Entry to the museum costs about €11.50 per person which is extremely expensive. The chocolate is also very expensive and we didn't even like the taste - the consistency was lumpy and not much flavour.

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