Workshop or class

Vienna: Chocolate Workshop in Chocolate Museum w/ Tasting

Activity provider: Chocolate Museum Vienna
Workshop or class

Vienna: Chocolate Workshop in Chocolate Museum w/ Tasting

Activity provider: Chocolate Museum Vienna

From US$ 37.96 per person

Visit the best chocolate museum and workshop in Vienna. Decorate chocolate, taste delicious treats, and learn how to best savor chocolate.

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  • Make 3 unique chocolate bars garnished with various decorations
  • Use a professional chocolate tempering machine and feel like a pro
  • Taste the original “Xocolate” drinking chocolate as created by the Aztecs
  • Visit the interactive chocolate museum to learn about the origins of cacao
Full description

Enjoy a chocolate museum and workshop experience in Vienna. Have everything you need from cookware, ingredients, and recipes to decorate the tastiest chocolate. No previous cooking experience is needed to guarantee you get the most out of this delectable opportunity.

Be spoilt with various flavors, smells, and tastings while you decorate 3 unique chocolate bars. With various professional tools, you temper your chocolate to perfection and make the original "Xocolate" drink, the first chocolate drink as created by the ancient Aztecs. 

After the workshop, you will receive the official Chocolate Museum Vienna signed certificate, before being let free to visit the rest of the interactive chocolate museum. 

Stroll through the museum to journey deep into the jungle, the homeland of the cocoa plant, and learn about cocoa cultivation. See sculptures of famous historical figures made from pure chocolate.

  • Museum entrance
  • Free tastings
  • Snacks
  • Chocolate decorating

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    Meeting point

    From the U-Bahn station “Pilgramgasse,” it is only a 3-minute walk to Chocolate Museum Vienna. You can reach the station via green line U4 or take Bus 14A or 12A, which stops directly in front of the museum. The entrance door is on the corner of Schönbrunner Straße and Reinprechtsdorfer Straße.

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    Know before you go

    • Workshop not recommended for children under 5 years old
    • You will provided with everything you need: cookware, ingredients & recipes. With assistance from start to end,​ you don't need any previous cooking experience to attend the chocolate workshop
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    4.4 /5

    based on 259 reviews

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    Caring and fun chocolate master/leader! Was so much fun making my own chocolate bars! Plus I got to take the 3 bars with me home. There were tons of toppings too. The lead talks about how chocolate is made and the difference between the three major types (dark, milk, white). It was cherry interesting and lots of fun! I went solo but I made lots of new friends from different countries at the event. At the end, they also had a free museum could go to (which wasn’t much to see BUT it has a cute swing that is perfect for pictures). Would highly recommend this experience!

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    March 28, 2023

    I loved the whole experience. It was very informative, and a fun thing to do. The employees and owner were really nice and helpful, I would highly recommend doing this activity. If you have children it’s kid friendly but I don’t recommend for children under 6 years old. The place was very sanitary and clean.

    March 28, 2023

    Making the chocolate was great fun, and delicious! The lady in charge of our class was very knowledgeable and explained everything very well, it was easy to follow! The only thing I would say is that the "museum" was just one room downstairs so it's not quite what we were expecting.

    March 28, 2023

    Product ID: 212307