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Choco-Laden im Chocoversum by Hachez, Hamburg
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Choco-Laden im Chocoversum by Hachez is an interactive chocolate museum for Hachez, the second largest manufacturer of chocolate in Germany. Take the tour to smell, touch, and taste your way through the many steps in the chocolate-making process. At the end of the tour, you become the chocolatier and can make a customized chocolate bar with your choice ingredients to take home. Be warned that the tours have a limited number of spots, so you may have to wait a while for your turn. Once you have purchased your ticket, however, you are free to leave until your time slot. Put Choco-Laden im Chocoversum by Hachez into our Hamburg travel itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Visiting this museum as an attraction for my daughter. Interesting tour, with many informations starting from the plant. You can also taste chocolate in every stage of its production. We went there tw...  more »
  • You should log in via the Internet. There are then guided to the theme of chocolate. As part of this leadership, to build an individual panel chocolate. I was with my 10-years son there, it liked him. Conclusion: Is worthwhile in any case.
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  • This is the ideal place for a birthday party for children. Highly recommended if you want to make once no "movement birthday", but something informative.
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  • Nice Museum Shop is lshoklath
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  • For chocolate lovers, probably, no wish remains unfulfilled. A good selection of products and a nice advice on its own uncertainty.
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