Schönbrunner Str. 99, 1050 Wien
The Chocolate Museum Vienna, also known as the Chocolate Museum and Workshop, is a museum dedicated to the history and production of chocolate. It is located in Vienna, Austria, and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals.
The museum offers a hands-on experience where visitors can learn about the history of chocolate, from its origins in ancient Mesoamerica to its arrival in Europe and its transformation into the sweet treat that we know and love today.
Visitors can also see how chocolate is made, from the cocoa bean to the finished product, and even try their hand at making their own chocolate creations. In addition to the exhibits and workshops, the museum also features a chocolate shop where visitors can purchase a variety of chocolate products, including bars, truffles, and other confections.
There is also a café where visitors can enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or a pastry. The Chocolate Museum Vienna is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, and admission is free for children under the age of 6. It is located in the heart of Vienna, just a short walk from the famous Naschmarkt, and is easily accessible by public transportation.
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