The Chocolate Museum is situated at Rheinau-Harbour in the heart of Cologne, Germany. Groups can enjoy discovering 3,000 years of chocolate history, from cocoa cultivation to the finished chocolate, and from its origins in America to its use in industrial products. Millions of visitors from all over the world have also tasted the fresh chocolate from the attraction’s famous chocolate fountain.
An hour-long tour for a maximum of 25 people, ‘From raw cocoa to pralines’, includes a documentary on farming and cocoa harvesting, as well as the chance to taste raw cocoa.
GTOs are provided with plenty of information to help them plan a trip, including details of admission rates and marketing materials.
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