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House of Chocolate

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House of Chocolate

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John B wrote a review Apr. 2020
United Kingdom36 contributions18 helpful votes
Turn right from the ship and walk through the tunnel then right to go down to the harbour. Lovely old buildings. Go to Chocolate Museum (near National Museum) to see chocolate being made. Delicious hot chocolate drink. Good Wi-fi
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Wandering BC Girl wrote a review Mar. 2020
Armstrong, Canada1,344 contributions94 helpful votes
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While many have expressed disappointment that this isn’t a ‘museum ‘ we felt it lived up to its name ‘House of Chocolate’. From your first step in, you can explore the history of cacao - how it is grown, harvested and processed. You can grind cacao beans, see how they make cocoa butter and chocolate bars and view some lovely local artwork on the walls. After that, you can taste chocolate and enjoy handmade chocolate truffles, bakery items or ice cream. Not hungry? There is a great assortment of items if you need a little something to take home - we were happy to find soursop leaves for tea, cacao nibs and bars. We will stop again on our next visit to Grenada!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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David S wrote a review Mar. 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom1,204 contributions429 helpful votes
A must for chocoholics I guess but didn't particularly grasp me. Lots of exhibits on the local cocoa industry and a chance to buy various specialities. Hidden a little, it’s worth popping in but it doesn’t take long to get round.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Traci H wrote a review Mar. 2020
Manitowoc, United States102 contributions10 helpful votes
Worth a stop for sure. Airconditioned, smells so good inside, places to sit comfortably. Serves delicious ice cream. Love the nutmeg one! Many things to buy inside.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Harry4Sammy wrote a review Mar. 2020
Eastbourne196 contributions93 helpful votes
Not really a museum. Small cafe area. Gifts for sale and chocolate. Information boards and member of staff to explain production process (but he was busy talking to another visitor when we were there). Disappointing.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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