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It was a rainy day in November so this was a perfect place to explore. You have the option to pay to see the factory and museum or just go into the shop. Children are free and for two adults we paid about 8 euros....More
Sales person asked my grandchildren if they wanted to take a selfie. We agreed and thought it was fun. Staff automatically uploaded the picture online without permission from us and then said it was too late to take it down. I will write them a...More
We arrived Sunday and the factory was not working but we visited anyway. You can actually see how is made the process. The museum part is small could be with more information. The shop is very good, you can try different types of chocolate before...More
Their website advertises a museum, but it is closed. We went here to explore and learn a little and ended up in their gift shop, we tasted a few things and bought a bit of chocolate but that is really all there is to do.
This is a fun outing from Lugano. Take the local train and stroll a few blocks to the factory and store. We bought lots of chocolate to bring back to our friends and family. Samples are available so you know what you are buying.
We visited here knowing that the museum was under refurbishment but thought there may still be something to see in the factory but no it is purely a shop. Kids still enjoyed going in and sampling the chocolate - there was a small selection but...More
A good attraction to visit once.Not super entertaining,but interesting for the first time.In the end you visit a chocolate shop where you can buy the chocolate the factory produces and try some of it out for free.The chocolate is really good!
Lovely chocolate and chocolate shop where you can actually taste chocolate before buying it, for free!
The museum is nice, nothing special but nice, specially if you go during working hours, when the factory is working, so to smell the chocolate goodness!
Worth a visit...More
This is a very small museum and you can see a very small part of the factory. Don't expect something big, but worth checking out if you are nearby. We always take away chocolate from here, it's delecious.