Chocolate Museum Vienna entrance tickets
- Enjoy a must for chocoholics that brings big fun to visitors of all ages
- Learn more about the cultivation of cacao and production of chocolate
- Marvel at sculptures made in chocolate and test yourself in interactive games
- In the end, fill your bag with finest chocolate from the Miscal Shop
The Chocolate Museum Vienna is a really creative and dynamic oasis of pure culinary enjoyment. It's a place where chocolate lovers of all ages can learn a lot and have fun at the same time. It entertains with interactive games, rewards winners with tastings and gives a lot of information about the history of cacao cultivation and chocolate production.
The museum also offers the imitation of a jungle with cacao trees and wild animals, a well as an exposition of figures in chocolate, that complete the tour with facts and contexts from the history of Austria.
In the end you can buy your preferred chocolate in the shop that offers a wide assortment of products.
The texts in the museum are available in English and German.
- Entrance to the museum
- Children (5-14 years): reduced
- Students (only with valid ID) and seniors (65+): reduced
- Disabled person: reduced
Riesenradplatz 5, Vienna, Austria
Inside the Prater Park, at the Giant Wheel
- The languages in the museum are English and German
- Monday-Friday from 10am to 6pm
- Weekends from 10am to 7pm
- 1 January from 11am to 6pm
- Last entry: 1 hour before closing time
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