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Museu de la Xocolata Admission Ticket provided by Museu de la Xocolata

Museu de la Xocolata Admission Ticket

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Duration
1–5 hours
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  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Museu de la Xocolata
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  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
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  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Stroller accessible
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 1 travellers
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Marius S wrote a review Mar 2020
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money paid for nothing, there is nothing inside, but some banners with written text that you can find on google.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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WilmaMcDermid wrote a review Mar 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom41 contributions4 helpful votes
As soon as you pay to get in you are given a free bar of chocolate which acts as your entrance through the gate if you scan the barcode on the label. Then after your tour round all the exhibits you can buy chocolates or have something from their cafe or do both. Although you
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Date of experience: March 2020
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MikeKHyde wrote a review Feb 2020
Hyde124 contributions95 helpful votes
You cannot just drop in here as a family with young children. Anyone under 12 will just find it boring. That's why the Museum goes out of its' way to advise the visitor that if you want to participate in any of its' activities - workshops,chocolate tasting, lollipops workshops
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Date of experience: November 2019
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icecreamguru wrote a review Jan 2020
Wodonga, Australia612 contributions134 helpful votes
This is rather educational if you want to earn more about one of many people's favourite foods! There is a good reason for MX to be in Barcelona - this was the first port where chocolate was imported through into Europe. And the history of chocolate from that time to today is
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sally M wrote a review Jan 2020
6 contributions4 helpful votes
We had plenty of time during our stay in Barcelona, my husband wanted to visit camp Nou and the kids weren’t bothered so thought I’d try here whilst he went to there . Honestly a complete waste of money, a few ‘chocolate’ sculptures mainly of Asterix that really looked way past
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Date of experience: January 2020
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emilyj310
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Total rubbish
Wish I could rate it 0 What a crock of sh*t , totally boring, lasted 2 minutes and wouldn’t recommend to my worst
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jane92123
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Chocolate class & museum
Attended the chocolate making class. Carla, the instructor, was friendly and informative. We got to take all our cr
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14babu
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Yummy
The smell, the atmosphere and the stories behind...Theese are the most important things to be in attention of every
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Valerie G
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A lovely, whimsical place
A short walk from the Palau de la Musica Catalana (awesome place) is the Museum of Chocolate. It has a great histo
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lauralondonbarcelona
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Not a great museum, but the worst online shop EVER!
Some of the exhibits are fiendishly clever, many are past their sell by date and bug infested.
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callitasiseeit85
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For those who love chocolate
It's only really worth doing if you like chocolate, and are interested in how it all came about. Also if you have
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Thomas V
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When You've Seen all the Other Museums...
Go to the other and bigger museums first. We had fun and finally learned how chocolate is produced and its importa
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ZOMom
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Absolutely rubbish - waste of money!
I’d read about this beforehand and it had rave reviews to visit with children. I expected an amazing museum and to
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WineEng
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Fun tour that covers the history of chocolate making + you can eat your tickets!
Great place to spend an hour learning about the history of chocolate in the old world and how it started primarily
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jonathanoneill83
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Brilliant!
Excellent attraction, really worth a look. 6€ admission is worth every penny. Therrs a chance to sample some chocol
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EmmaB7069
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Boring and short
Paid 5 euro for a small bitter chocolate bar and were done with the museum in 15 mins max. Displays were dry and bo
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Mike G
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Only a certain number of ways you can present chocolate
The best part was the chocolate as a ticket replacement! The rest of the museum is OK. Not sure it is worth the hun
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heyw0rths
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Great for a quick whizz on the Barcelona card
You get a little bar of chocolate too on entering. Gluten and dairy free btw which is always a bonus for us 😃Doesn
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Doina B
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Fun and Sweets
Crossing the Passeig de Picasso on my way to the bus station, I happened to be passing by a nondescript building wi
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Mahssa
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Do not recommend
It seems to be part of a confectionery school. Very small, and do not recommend if you do not have enough time in B
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  • Duration: 1–5 hours
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