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Choco-Story museum čokolády, Prague

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2.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Find out how the spicy drink of the Aztecs became the chocolate that we know today with a visit to Choco-Story museum čokolády. 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. Make Choco-Story museum čokolády a centerpiece of your Prague vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Prague itinerary maker.
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  • While I didn't visit the actual Museum, I did pay several visits to the shop. The chocolates are not cheap but certainly look delicious and are no doubt excellent quality. I tried one of the chocolate...  read more »
  • The store has some varieties of sweets to buy. There's a chocolate Museum on the upper floor, which snake entry to be visited and you receive a pamphlet saying the following: All You can eat! (All you can eat). In fact, a great false advertising. The Museum is old, you savor a chocolate at the entrance. In the Museum there's a man who supposedly teaches you how to make chocolate. However, if you want to enjoy, you must pay again. Definitely not worth it. Is money thrown away. Visit just the store.
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  • Piga with my girlfriend. Perneis OSA LITA free chocolates shalt APO Kati boxes.. and yours intended passage poly 15 meters with foto that chocolate and video.. and 1 failed us in a tsechos dikasia 3 min poly that become the chocolates bazontas the APLA in forms ... with already liwmeni chocolate and then the refrigerator.. and there rrws 1 sokolataki. For 11 euro CA.. Simply don't go ...
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  • Stopped here with some friends while spending a few days in Prague before heading to Brno for a meeting. We had a great time! We booked our group of 10 for the museum and a truffle making workshop. The lady at the museum entrance was wonderful and was able to give us a group rate. Before heading into the museum we each got a delicious truffle, and in the museum were gum ball type dispensers with chocolate buttons (which were pretty good though nothing like the truffle initially). Part of the tour was a praline making demo. The workshop was a lot of fun, we each left with a box of hand dipped truffles and the knowledge that we need to keep our day jobs! The store has a large variety of candy and chocolate (including some more adult themed ones towards the back). Near the entrance you can watch as hard candies are being made. We talked to the chocolatier and he was very nice, coming out to allow us a group photo in front of his cardboard cutout outside. Our group ended up making custom candies with a hot air balloon design in the middle, a little pricey but worth the experience!
  • A little more expensive entry, but the all-you-can-eat chocolate tasting is great. There is a lot about the history and culture of chocolate packed into a surprisingly small interior. You will also be shown a demostration of how pralines are made, along with tasting them as well. Spoiler alert, they are delicious.
  • I started my trip to Prague's world famous chocolate museum with excitement and was intrigued to taste the good stuff, but the trip soon took a turn for the worst. The presentations were delightful and so was the history of the dark gold but as I was sampling the FREE ALL YOU CAN EAT CHOCOLATE I became an unwanted piece of the museems history, the first bite was divine but 200-203 chocolate buttons into it my stomach turned, gargled which released what I thought was safe wind but to my and many others horror a explosive tsunami of wonka's river leaked from my backside dripping through my shorts and onto the floor fuelling an almighty stench, embarrassment wasnt the right word to how I felt I was angry the factory didn't limit the number of chocolate buttons you could eat as this was 100% the reason to why this happened
  • I learned some interesting things about chocolate and it's history. The "all you can eat" works little different than I would have expected. Enjoy you delicious chocolate at the start and keep the napkin. When you get to the little vending machine on the wall, load up! You can then enjoy nice chocolate at your leisure as you walk around. Very nice pralines at the live demonstration! Very friendly staff and a reasonable price.
  • All you can eat works that you have 5 kinds of chocolate you can grab. No truffles, no marzipan, just chocolate. Maybe I was expecting more, but the museum is definitely interesting. And remember: Don't eat too much chocolate ;-)
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