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World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe, Orlando

(4.1/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Learn about chocolate, from its history and traditions in Central and South America, to the modern varieties of the dessert from all around the planet at World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe. Start the tour with a short presentation, entering the tropical rainforest to learn about cacao, the main ingredient of chocolate. See solid chocolate sculptures of the world’s most famous works and architectural wonders, including an Aztec temple, the Taj Majal, and the Eiffel Tower. Guided tours last approximately 45 minutes, with plenty of chocolate samples to keep your energy levels up. The onsite cafe also offers regular, non-chocolatey meals . Add World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe to your Orlando travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Orlando vacation planner.
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  • We bought Groupon tickets in advance for this after checking it out on the website. The website they were renovating the museum and it would be closed until the first week in January. We arrived the s...  more »
  • This tour is one room that looks like rain forest, one room of machinery, and a room of chocolate sculptures. The samples are teaspoons of hot chocolate, and tiny bits of chocolate. Definitely not a g...  more »
  • They shouldn't run groupon deals for when they are closed. Either this is a really good and slimy business model with infinite profit margin, or its klutziness of the highest order. But as a business ...  more »
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  • Fun tour and got to sample some great chocolates in the end. The tour guide now has me paying attention to the percentage of cacao in the chocolate we buy!
  • This is a great place to visit - who doesn't like chocolate after all?! Be prepared to learn a little and try a lot when you go! The place is in a nice strip mall but once inside you are transported to another place altogether. There is a very nice cafe with great sandwiches, some good dessert concoctions (I recommend the salted caramel gelato panini) and good strong coffee. Arrive early to enjoy. The tour is very informative and our guide was named Patty she was cute as a button and very enthusiastic. Be prepared to learn not just how chocolate is made but also the history of cacao and its manufacture into chocolate. You will get to sample chocolate in its original form all the way to modern samples from some of the best niche chocolatiers from around the world as the tour progresses. The staff was great and very accommodating. The tour was very inexpensive considering what all you get and my kids enjoyed it as much as I did.
  • I would of really enjoyed this tour if there were things for children. Anything hands on would of been nice. It was really only for ages 10 and up. I would of liked to see somethings you're allowed to touch and some for eyes only.
  • This is a nice place to come if you have a coupon. A basic tour of how chocolate is made with some nice displays and a great chocolate tasting at the end. Maybe good for school trips?
  • We make a habit of visiting every time we're in the area. Delicious cakes and gourmet chocolates (bacon peanut butter is to die for) friendly staff and a cool museum attraction. Cafe has been spotless every time. Definitely worth the price for the quality of the experience.