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ChocoMuseo, Granada

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Chocoholics rejoice; here at ChocoMuseo, you can sample chocolate products straight from the source. Observe the chocolate-making process from bean to bar, and even take a chocolate-making workshop with fun and knowledgable chocolatiers. Kids can, of course, take part in the workshop and learn to make their favorite treat, so that they too might one day become professional Oompa Loompas. Consider arriving early to enjoy a good value, but high quality, all-you-can-eat breakfast . Put ChocoMuseo at the forefront of your travel plans using our Granada itinerary planner.
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  • I visited the choco-museum while in Granada. It was worth visiting if you are interested in the local chocolate industry and leaning about the history of chocolate. However it is expensive. For US$21 ...  more »
  • So i was taking an horse carriage tour of the city by this nice gentleman name ector and he stopped at the chocomuseo at first i thought it was one of those tourist trap, but was i wrong i learned abo...  more »
  • A nice place to discover about Nicaragua chocolate. The free (tips only) choco tour was great for pur kids.  more »
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  • Our family of three attended the "Bean to Bar" class with instructor Ismael. This was a hands-on educational adventure through the steps to making real chocolate. Our daughter loved how excited our instructor was about the process. He kept the entire class entertained and taught us so much. This was a highlight of our trip to Granada. We would definitely recommend it to anyone with an interest in the food science or history of chocolate. We hope to attend the cacao farm tour next time.
  • This place is awesome! Delicious drinks, try the cold chocolate one. Samples of the chocolate tea were great too.
  • Ismael was a fantastic guide. The chocolate making class was super fun and Ismael was great. I highly recommend you do the class and especially with Ismael.
  • Very good buffet breakfast! Highlight was cacao nib crepes(that i added local honey to) made to order. Had many refills of the pretty strong coffee and service staff was very polite and attentive!
  • We did a chocolate workshop and it was a ton of fun. Learned a lot about chocolate and it's history. However, we bought about 10 bars of the chocolate they sell in their shop expecting it to be quality chocolate but we were thoroughly disappointed. Hands down bad chocolate.