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There were more visitors then expected. We were divided into small groups which was enjoyable. They advertised free samples. We only had 2 and thought there were be more. But the chocolate we did have and the ice cream was good
We scheduled a tour the day prior. It only costs $1. We were able to watch a 10 minute video on how chocolate is made from the plant as well as watch the workers make the chocolate candies. Tour and time in the shop took...More
We visited on a Saturday so no tours were running. It was very busy and only one person working. She apologized for our wait and was very nice. The chocolates were good but high priced. About $23.00 per pound. They also had ice cream but...More
What a WONDERFUL place. We took the tour with 4 kids aged 5-12. All loved it. We came to the store without registering for a tour, and the sweet girl working went ahead and took us on one. (Turns out she is part of the...More
This little gem is hidden behind a Flying J truck stop. We enjoyed spending some time at this family run business. The tour is $1, and it's worth it. The tour is short, you look through glass at the factory floor. The guide was very...More
In Salt Lake City on business and staying near the airport. On my way back to the hotel, saw Mrs. Cavanaugh's Chocolates off the highway, had a couple of minutes and stopped in because I was interested in seeing a real Chocolate Factory. Wow!, You...More
Cavanaugh's Chocolates rival any I have ever had. Their chocolate is top quality, their cream centers are smooth and creamy. I find I have to order specialty boxes because one Pollyanna is never enough. It has a creamy, slightly rum flavored center, covered with chocolate...More