Going to know that overseas is really doing things in a practical way, see how people's chocolates do
In the up position, here is chocolate from the door, from discovery to development and the role of chocolate are all displayed. You can also taste the chocolate just made for free. German brand-name chocolates are also available here
The Chocolate Museum in Cologne is located on the Rhine River. It was built in 1993 and is one of the ten most visited museums in Germany. Here you can learn about the history of chocolate in Europe and the process of making chocolate.
The Chocolate Museum is a building for tasting and understanding the process of chocolate making. Tickets here need to be purchased separately to understand the development and information of chocolate, as well as display the process of handmade chocolate. [Scenery] The scenery is still beautiful. [Value for money] Very cost-effective
The chocolate museum has a lot of things to do with chocolate for both adults and children. The main part is the interactive hands-on part and lots of chocolates to buy
The Cologne Chocolate Museum is quite novel! Worth a look!
The Cologne Chocolate Museum is located on the banks of the Rhine. The ticket to the sea is 12 euros. After entering, I started with a variety of popular science chocolate knowledge and chocolate history, which is especially suitable for bringing children, having fun and learning. The following is a demonstration of the entire process and procedures of chocolate making. And it's a real re-production. After it's done, visitors can taste and buy it for free. Finally, there is a shopping area where you can buy some chocolates and souvenirs. Tax-free, you can apply for a tax refund immediately after purchase.
Introduced the raw materials, production and spread of chocolate, and you can also eat chocolate in it
Preston_Dominguez: Rheinauhafen 1a, Cologne 50678 Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cologne Cathedral,Hohenzollern Bridge,Imhoff-Stollwerck Museum,Great St. Martin Church,Cologne City Hall