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Choco-Story - Museum of chocolate, 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 - Museum of chocolate. 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 of chocolate a centerpiece of your Prague vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Prague itinerary maker.
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  • The shop has some great chocolate products, lots of variety and lots of things you'd like to buy. However, we paid the 1000+ CZ to see the museum - which frankly was a massive waste of money. It was t...  more »
  • Wonderful display of chocolate world, good taste what i tried, that was expensive but worth it, will definitely try again  more »
  • We enjoyed ourselves, but it's a little bit overpriced. The chocolate we ate is tasty but it's not a big range, and little kids on tour just made a lot of noise and killed our mood.  more »
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  • Small museum about chocolate. There is nice demonstration of pralines production plus some tasting of 5 kinds of chocolates. It is hire commercial. There is bigger shop than the museum...
  • IF you should need a Chocolate 🍫 fix this is a place not to miss. 😁 I will recommend a dark chocolate 🍫 ice cream cone.... In my opinion it is to die for... Or Dark Chocolate salted caramel... Fantastic interesting museum, with very friendly staff definitely worth a visit in my opinion. 😁 xxxx
  • Only visited the Café / Shop. Expensive, even for the city center. Staff seemed stressed or just don't like tourists. Ice cream (chocolate with salty caramel, salty peanut) was very good tho.
  • It is a best place to learn the history of chocolate and also to see how chocolate is done. Don't miss a corner near the entrance - you can taste different types of chocolate... for free... as much as you like
  • We only visited the shop. The chocolate is good but not that great. It looks better than it taste