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Are you a chocolate lover? Visit Barcelona’s Chocolate Museum

By | 12 September, 2018 | 0 comments

Have you ever dreamed of visiting somewhere as wonderful as a world of chocolate? Well, in Barcelona, there’s an entire museum dedicated to all things chocolatey for you to explore. On your visit, you can enjoy an extensive tour, taking in a variety of chocolate sculptures, whilst learning all about the exciting and diverse history of the sweet treat in the most delicious museum in all of Barcelona.

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Barcelona’s Chocolate Museum:what can you see?

The chocolate museum is housed in the former Sant Agustí convent, a place that’s sure to impress from the very moment you step into this chocolatey world. When you collect your ticket, it won’t be made of paper, but… yes, you guessed it – chocolate! So, what are you waiting for?

Once inside the museum, you’ll be able to start discovering exactly what’s involved in chocolate production and the whole manufacturing process. Ever wondered how chocolate is made? Step by step, the museum explains the origins of chocolate, how the beans are grown, cooked and how they magically end up in your favourite chocolate bar.

Some of the world’s best confectioners have created genuine works of art, all in chocolate, which are displayed exclusively in Barcelona’s Chocolate Museum.They include some truly exceptional and original exhibits that we thoroughly recommend you see on your visit.

Location, opening hours and prices for Barcelona’s Chocolate Museum

You’ll find the museum at 36 Calle del Comerç.It’s very easily to get there, either by Metro (Jaume I, line 4 or Arc de Triomf, line 1) or bus (lines 39, 40, 42, 45, 51, 120, H16, V15 and V17).

The museum is open from Monday to Saturday between 10.00am and 7.00pm (open until 8.00pm during the summer) and on Sundays and bank holidays between 10.00am and 3.00pm.Admission costs €6 for adults and is free for children under 7 years old.

We know for a fact there are lots of you out there with a sweet tooth, and our city certainly has a lot to offer when it comes to satisfying those cravings.Aside from visiting the chocolate museum, we recommend you try some of the best bakeries in Barcelona, or perhaps make a pit stop on your visit to Barcelona to enjoy a deliciously sweet snack or meal – a great way of putting the cherry on top of your time here.

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