Halloren Schokoladenfabrik AG, Halle (Saale)
(4.2/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
Learn about the origins of chocolate, how it's made, and all about the Halloren company--the oldest German chocolate factory--at Halloren Schokoladenfabrik AG. Salivate over the chocolate works of art, such as the room created with 1400 kg (3086 lbs) of chocolate and 300 kg (661 lbs) of marzipan. Don't miss what is arguably the masterpiece of the museum: a chocolate map of Halle city center. Glimpse behind the scenes of Halloren with a viewing platform above the production area for its finest truffles. Of course, an onsite shop sells Halloren goodies since you can't eat the displays. Put Halloren Schokoladenfabrik AG at the forefront of your travel plans using our Halle (Saale) travel itinerary maker.
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  • I'm a big fan of chocolate so it was very exciting for me to visit the museum! The entrance was actually quite costly in my opinion (EUR 6.00) but it was worth it! There was detailed explanations abou...  more »
  • The Museum is for rainy days, quite interesting. Unfortunately, all gifts are not for lovers (at least for me). As a chocolate fan we have a huge bag took home, large boards, Halorenkugeln and miscellaneous more. The chocolate scratches in the throat, as I know it only by quite cheaper chocolate. The contents of Halorenkugel for some may be the highest, I can get them get down. The chocolate powder dissolves very difficult in milk. Too bad actually...
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  • To have something nice end to my birthday brunch to the 50th, I had booked a tour of the Chocolate Museum. Super liked the whole troop. There were many interesting details about the manufacture of chocolates and the exhibition in the Museum is really worth seeing, provides many details about the history of Hallore factory, everything is nicely arranged. The chocolate room is, of course, the eye-catcher. On our guided tour there was also enough to taste what was happy of course the smallest.
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  • Good little museum. Plenty of information and kid friendly. There is an impressive display of chocolate art.
  • Just so so~
  • Museum I liked, the factory outlets including pralineum also. the Café is bad: no Hallore pie in the window display, instead any apfel-and cherry pie (what do I want in a schokomuseum with fruit cake?). No staff far and wide, that was for me a reinfall.
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  • Very nicely done. Very delicious chocolate and very inexpensive factory sales.
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  • Museum is very well done. Although not so huge, but nicely done (who knows that in Cologne - this is better). The factory outlet is also great. You can taste a few varieties and there are also B-stock for very little money...
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