A museum is questionable. But an education in chocolate is what you will find. You have to stop and read all the displays to get a full understanding of how chocolate has come to be a big part of our lives. What I found so interesting is that coco beans were used as currency at one time because of their rarity and consistent shape and size. I won't give all the details but if you like chocolate you will enjoy learning about how it is made and why European chocolate is so much better than the states.
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