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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour

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Discover the haunted side of London on a virtual ghost tour that reveals haunted houses, cemeteries, and harrowing historic tales. A great way to learn more about London without leaving the security of your own home, this tour includes an array of interesting details from your guide. Plus, interactive quizzes keep you engaged and ensure you don’t get bored. All tour times are in the British Summer Time timezone.
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Anna C wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom50 contributions1 helpful vote
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A nice experience with a great host -Craig I think! Why not starting your day with some chocolate making and tasting plus learning a bit about cocoa beans?! Great for little ones... actually for all ages chocolate lovers! Not too much talking which is great (but enough to have a clue from where and how the chocolate is made) as my 10 years old simply wanted to get messy with chocolate. Session is simple and lets the kids to use their imagination and skills to create a hand made! maybe not perfect (as I’ve seen some comments on not enough guidance on the finishing product 🤦🏻‍♀️-come on its kids and their hand made sweets; if you want a perfect shape with tens of ingredients or flavours just go to a shop...) but yummy chocolate bits that kids are happy with- and can eat and take home being proud of their creations! Recommended as a nice distraction from a busy lifestyle! Easy access from Brixton station (Victoria line).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Northbury7 wrote a review Jan 2020
london13 contributions7 helpful votes
We have just had the best time at the Brixton Chocolate Museum for my daughters 7th birthday! Everyone had a fabulous time, we learnt all about chocolate, got creative and came away with a bag of truffles and a big smile on our faces! The team are awesome and I highly recommend doing a birthday party here :)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Megan C wrote a review Jan 2020
Chesterfield, United Kingdom134 contributions61 helpful votes
Free entry to the museum, which is in the basement of the building. Fascinating museum, stuffed with exhibits. Lots of informative displays, including the human and environmental price of chocolate. Down steep stairs, so not suitable for people with mobility issues, Chocolate workshops on the ground floor (wheelchair accessible), which are chargeable. The children made chocolate truffles, which they enjoyed. Interesting shop with fair trade chocolate. Easy walking distance from Brixton tube station.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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MissS wrote a review Oct 2019
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I visited here along with my child's class as a fun and informative trip. We were greeted by 2 members of staff who looked and come across like we was a inconvenience to be there. From the start to finish one member of staff in particular was so rude and aggressive in speaking to the everyone she made the whole experience very uncomfortable to be there. I was in shock how someone could even talk and treat people in such a way especially children! I can honestly say i will never return. The chocolate making part the children seemed to enjoy but again it was rushed and a rather cold feeling about the whole thing. (The lady running that part at least spoke to the children and didn't shout for not knowing certain things unlike the other lady.) Tip for the woman who works there if you agree to have children in your place of work on what should be fun trips for them all then maybe take some classes in how to talk and act around children and learn some manners as they are free and will take you a long way, maybe a role more behind the scenes with less interaction with the public would be more suited! I can honestly say i'm gutted for anyone who had high hopes for visiting a 'Chocolate Museum' when all they got was a very rude lady in a little shop that just happens to make truffles and sell overpriced chocolate.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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sammyp120 wrote a review May 2019
Durham, United Kingdom23 contributions7 helpful votes
I had booked the chocolate truffle making workshop during half term with my daughter. We arrived to find lots of other families / mothers and daughters there ready to get messy! We were given a talk about chocolate first then were straight in to making our truffle middles - lots of fun and mess from the cocoa butter in the ganache. While these were hardening we turned our attention to tempering the chocolate. The kids all had great fun stirring and taking the temperature of the chocolate. When it was cool enough to use, we covered our ganache and fudge centres with the melted chocolate then decorated then. We even got to use the spare melted chocolate to make some solid chocolate hearts. Once these had cooled and hardened we packed some in clear display bags and the rest in paper bags. My daughter couldn’t wait to show her dad and sample them!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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