Musée Gourmand du Chocolat - Choco-Story, Paris
(3.2/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Discover the secret of chocolate and its 4,000-year history at Musée Gourmand du Chocolat - Choco-Story. This gourmet chocolate museum covers the tasty treat from the Olmecs to present day. Explore the three levels to see more than 1,000 original artifacts. In addition to a historical perspective, you also will learn about modern chocolate-making methods. Taste various gourmet cocoa flavors, from the milky smoothness of Costa Rica to the melt-in-the-mouth fruitiness of Peru to the sweet aromas of Vanuatu. Ask about various workshops designed for different ages and interests. Arrange your visit to Musée Gourmand du Chocolat - Choco-Story and discover more family-friendly attractions in Paris using our Paris travel itinerary planner.
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  • Chocolate workshop on the theme of Christmas with a 6 year old, a Sunday... We must respect the timing certainly but one a workshop or one is obliged of all fast, quickly understand everything is no longer a workshop or taking pleasure.
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  • for lovers of chocolate and the children it's very instructive in the historical level. for foreign tourists, the explanations are in English and Spanish (and of course in french). do not miss, is the demonstration and tasting at level - 1. On the other hand, as we didn't know he had this type of activity, the head of animation is spent at all levels to inform all visitors that there was this presentation (besides it was the last of the day). at the end of the visit, there is the shop with any sort of chocolate. It is possible to access the store without visiting the Museum. 1 hour is enough to visit everything.
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  • Of the Mexico at home, the pictorial history of chocolate with texts, objects. Demonstration of manufacturing totes 20 minutes, a bit quick for my taste. Too bad no d.allusion to the Charlie and the chocolate factory. Shop at the end.
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  • This was a great little surprise! Great info about the history of chocolate, a demonstration midway and a delicious hot chocolate sample. Another great find in the museum pass.
  • Went to the Chocolate museum with a group of my students when visiting Paris from Canada. Compared to many other pastry or chocolate classes in the area, the school group chocolate making class here had the best prices, and included admission. The 90 minute class was excellent and my students had so much fun making different kinds of chocolate. They would have been up to more challenging techniques as well, but those were not offered to them as part of the student class, but that did not dampen the fun in any way. The museum itself took about 15 minutes total to walk through, and I don't believe would have been worth the price of admission. However, the chocolate demonstration in the test kitchen by the chocolatier was excellent, and there were many samples to taste that made it worth waiting for the demo. Overall we really enjoyed ourselves.
  • Best to go on Paris Pass, available on Viator. Cute museum with history of chocolate, small demonstration at the end, can sample chocolate from other parts of the world. Kids enjoyed. Quick visit.
  • It was a very nice experience especially taking part in the making of chocolate. I totally recommend this if you are in Paris.
  • Was skeptical about this museum, but it is actually a well made little building full of information! There are fine crockery and paintings for adults, and interactive games for children.