The Chocolate Museum in the center of Prague is one of the many newer museums in the city, visited mainly by tourists.
Admission prices and tickets Chocolate Museum Prague 2022
Adults pay 390 crowns for admission, which is just under 16 euros. Children up to 14 years pay around 10 euros (250 crowns), including smaller children.
Students, schoolchildren and pensioners over 65 years old have to pay admission to the Prague Chocolate Museum and 14 euros.
Description Chocolate Museum Prague
Among other things, the history of chocolate is presented. Chocolate was already known in America more than 2000 years ago.
The Chocotopia Museum also explains how chocolate is made and, for example, how chocolates are filled. You can also taste them. One is also informed about the ingredients of chocolate and the countries of origin.
On the first floor of the Chocotopia Chocolate Museum is a large store with many products made of chocolates, a chocolate supermarket.
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Opening hours Chocolate Museum Prague 2022
The chocolate exhibition has long opening hours. Chocotopia Prague is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Friday and Saturday even until 10:30 p.m. On Sundays and holidays the museum and the store are also open.
Directions to the Chocotopia Prague Chocolate Museum
The exhibition is located in Celetna street. It is one of the main pedestrian streets in Prague, the tourist street between Powder Tower and Old Town Square.
One of the metro stations nearby is Mustek on Wenceslas Square Prague. (Metro lines A and B).
Next to the Chocolate Museum is the Wax Museum Prague.
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