Pelit Chocolate Museum, Istanbul

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  • I have imagined a museum with more history related to Pelit company itself and chocolate. Instead, you see a copy of Miniatürk in which all structures are built with chocolate. The museum is also...  more »
  • The admission price is now 50 tl per person, regardless of age. Lots of Turkish history revealed in chocolate!  more »
  • This was amazing attraction as it was our first time to enter to a chocolate pelit It is located on a very uniqe place and it has very nice reception but their rates are high They charge any...  more »
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  • This super amazing art museum made from chocolate is absolutely brain blowing, the idea itself is tempting and it is certainly worth it to visit. Entrance fees are 50 TL for all ages except babies, the museum also offers delicious choices of chocolates and cookies. I strongly advice everyone who loves chocolate and museums to check this one. You will need a car or a taxi to go there.
  • It’s not worth the visit. The ticket costs 50 lira, the place consists of two levels the first level is where you see the figures and the below level is where you get a sneak peak at their kitchen and enter their “souvenirs” market. The place was warm so definitely the figures were NOT made of chocolate, they are probably sprayed with brown paint. Nothing special really, turkish and world famous figures, and some famous buildings around turkey and in the world. If I knew what it was I wouldn’t have went. Believe me. Their chocolate is good tho.
  • Good place to visit. Price of a ticket is 50 tl for all including kids. Complement gift at the main entrance and another chocolate bar at museum gate. Don’t forget to take a sip from chocolate fountain near the exit.
  • Not that much impressive. It was ok. The chocolate is delicious and varied . You can have a look to the workers working in the factory too.
  • I have imagined a museum with more history related to Pelit company itself and chocolate. Instead, you see a copy of Miniatürk in which all structures are built with chocolate. The museum is also unnecessarily ideological. You end up seeing portraits of Turkic leaders/States and then Ottoman Sultans (not in chocolate). It is also unnecessarily pricey. In the end, I would expect more chocolate as gifts but the museum is a little bit cheap in giving chocolate to the visitors.

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