Museo Mucho chocolate, Mexico City

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TripAdvisor
  • The museum itself has only 4 rooms explaining the story of Mexican chocolate. If you decide visiting the museum I recommend you take the guided tour, since there is not a lot of information and the gu...  more »
  • This is random and ok for a visit if nothing else it open. It is very small! Most signs have English explanations as well. It was 70 pesos in May 2017. I read much of the history of chocolate but spen...  more »
  • Tried a few chocolates, but these are not up to the taste of other Mexican chocolates. And the cakes next door were not as good as Starbuck's and those are not great: chocolate and carrot cake.  more »
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  • This is random and ok for a visit if nothing else it open. It is very small! Most signs have English explanations as well. It was 70 pesos in May 2017. I read much of the history of chocolate but spent less than 30 minuites in the entire museum. The small store attached is cute.
  • Random & very charming. One of the only places open on a Monday holiday so it was a blessing! If you like odd museums you will love it. English speakers will be fine many of the info panels are in both languages. The history of chocolate in Mexico was very interesting I actually wish it was even more in depth! There were a couple rooms just strange modern art based on chocolate with not much explanation so maybe thats the temporary exhibit? If you get bored just head right to the gift shop/cafe where you can eat and buy lots of chocolate.
  • Such a little museum and if you go in the week it's lonely and no guide or shopwork. Kind of interesting ludic ideas, good for children
  • Nice spot. Decent chocolate. Had 100% cocoa bars I liked.
  • Charged $70 (pesos) to see a few rooms with displays. Very small and not very informative. The cafe was good