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Factory Tours and Other Chocolate Excursions

 
Lindt Chocolate Museum
 
 Cologne (Köln), Germany

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In July 2007, our family visited the Lindt Schokoladen Museum  www.schokoladenmuseum.de
(also known as the Imhoff Stollwerck Schokolademuseum)

The Museum is located adjacent to old town Köln at the tip of a small island in the river. It was raining on the day we arrived, and the museum was very crowded. A huge parking garage is located immediately underneath the museum.

The museum consists of 3 floors, showing chocolate-related items. Visitors are invited to taste the output from a working milk-chocolate candy assembly line. The entrance fee was about US$8 per adult. The museum is interesting, but not worth a second visit. The gift shop has a wide variety of chocolate, and is definitely worth a visit.
   
WEB SITE  www.lindt.com

 
Scharffen Berger Chocolate Factory
 
 Berkeley, California

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In August 2007, Vic & Debbie visited the Scharffen Berger Chocolate Factory  www.scharffenbergertour.com

The Scharffen Berger factory is located in an old brick building. Reservations are required for the (free) tour. After a 30 minute introduction, which includes tasting several chocolate products (milk chocolate, bittersweet, extra dark, and nibs), visitors are given hairnets and optional ear protection prior to entering the factory. This is a real chocolate factory, and definitely worth a visit!
   
WEB SITE  www.scharffenberger.com

 
Theo Chocolate Factory
 
 Seattle, Washington

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In May 2008, Vic & Debbie visited the Theo Chocolate Factory  www.theochocolate.com

The Theo factory is also located in a brick building. Reservations are highly recommended. The tour is $5 per person, and plenty of chocolate is offered for tasting. A brief overview and tasting is provided, then a walk around the facility. Hairnets are also worn here. This is a real chocolate factory, and definitely worth a visit!
   
WEB SITE  www.theochocolate.com

 
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