Reviews about Chocolate Museum

Julie Sheridan

Reviewed on 28 Oct 2013

Nestled (sorry) in the bohemian Born district of Barcelona’s old town is a museum with exhibits good enough to eat, helpfully signposted in English, French, Spanish and Catalan. This quirky museum is a heartfelt homage to the humble cocoa bean, with intricately worked chocolate sculptures of figures such as Asterix, Don Quixote and even the salamander that guards the entrance to Park Guëll. Kids will love the chocolate workshops and parties held in the specially customised kitchen on site.