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Museu de la Xocolata, Barcelona
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Your mouth will water at Museu de la Xocolata, a private museum featuring a treasure trove of chocolate displays. See a large collection of sweet sculptures depicting everything from famous buildings to illustrations from favorite stories, including the films “Up” and “The Adventures of Tintin.” Learn about how chocolate came to Europe and the history of its production and uses. Three short films are shown to visitors in both English and Spanish. Even your entrance ticket is a bar of chocolate! Make Museu de la Xocolata part of your personalized Barcelona itinerary using our Barcelona itinerary maker.
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Muzeum czekolady to ciekawe miejsce. Za co można cenić to muzeum to na pewno za to, że bilet to tabliczka czekolady z flagą państwa z którego się pochodzi, za piękne i ciekawe rzeźby wykonane z czekol... read more »The Chocolate Museum is an interesting place. What you can appreciate this museum is certainly that ticket is a tablet of chocolate with the flag of the Member State from which it is derived, for the beautiful and interesting sculptures made from chocolate and briefly for stories and machines used in the production of chocolate. Although the Museum you can work around in 15-20 min, history, movies, and everything is able to raise, mainly care about exhibits.show original
Ho visitato il museo grazie alla card Barcellona, in maniera gratuita, e sono rimasta piacevolmente sorpresa: il museo è davvero carino e le "sculture" sono fatte benissimo: i cartoni come i puffi o l... read more »I visited the Museum thanks to the Barcelona card, free of charge, and was pleasantly surprised: the Museum is really cute and the "sculptures" are made very well: the cartoons like the Smurfs or the sagrada familia are done wonderfully well ...! There is a scent of chocolate throughout the Museum Shop and the chocolates are yummy! Brilliant the idea of ticket-chocolatey! Highly recommended!show original
Vi besøgte det lille chokolade museum, og det var en rigtig sjov oplevelse. Der er en fin baggrundshistorie om chokoladen, ligesom der er super fede figurer bygget i chokolade. Flere fra kendte tegnes... read more »We visited the small chocolate museum, and it was a really fun experience. There is a fine background history about chocolate, just like there are super cool shapes built in chocolate. More from well-known comic and historical buildings. A quick visit worth!show original
Stumbled upon this by accident. Was really interesting!
We skipped the museum party, because it was to costly and didn't look that interesting. We got a hot chocolate and it was more like hot, thick chocolate syrup than a drink. There are better chocolate shops in Barcelona.
The chocolate bar ticket with our flag on it was cool. The museum is quite small and not as interesting as what you'd expect from a museum. Worth a visit as it's rather unique.
Underwhelming, at best. For €17 for two adults and a child, you get a decidedly average bar of dark chocolate instead of a ticket and a pretty dull 5 minute self guided walk around some pointless exhibits made of coloured chocolate. Don't waste your money.
I liked it. You can taste chocolates and drink good coffee too.
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