1. Austria
  2. Vienna
  3. Prater

Vienna: Be a Chocolatier for a Day!

Product ID: 212307
Visit the best chocolate museum and workshop in Vienna. Taste delicious treats and learn how to best savor chocolate.
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Duration: 90 minutes
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Bosnian, Croatian, English, German, Serbo-Croatian
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Experience

Highlights
  • 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
Become a real chocolatier at our museum and chocolate workshop, where our team will provide you with everything you need from cookware, ingredients, and recipes to craft the tastiest chocolate. No previous cooking experience is needed to guarantee you get the most out of this delectable opportunity.

You will be spoilt with various flavors, smells, and tastings while you create 3 unique chocolate bars. With various professional tools, you will 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. Here you can journey deep into the jungle, the homeland of the cocoa plant and learn about cocoa cultivation, while also seeing sculptures of famous historical figures made from pure chocolate.
Includes
  • Museum entrance
  • Free tasting
  • Chocolate making

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

What else you should know From the U-Bahn station “Praterstern” it is only a 3-minute walk to Chocolate Museum Vienna. You can reach the station via lines U1 or U2. From there please follow the signage to the Prater.

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Important information
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
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 64 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.6 / 5
  • Organization
    4.4 / 5
  • Value for money
    4 / 5
  • Safety
    4.8 / 5
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Loved this activity, the Chocolate museum is included in the price and was interesting and informative with some fun exhibits for photographic opportunities! The chocolate workshop itself was great fun and being the only person participating that day ( off season in February) I was given personal attention by the young chocolatier , Nemo. I was able to make and decorate 3 bars of chocolate and given a cup of the most delicious hit chocolate while waiting for my chocolate bars to set. There is also a shop where you can buy various chocolate items and make up your own box of chocolates from a selection.

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March 1, 2020

After a brief briefing, we started directly with the selection of the personal decoration for the chocolate. We were allowed to fill a plate of three shapes with chocolate (either milk or dark chocolate). Then decorate and put in the fridge. During the cooling time we were allowed to mix our own drinking chocolate. It tasted fantastic. The children who participated in the workshop were having fun.

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November 18, 2019

Was super fun.

My 13-year-old niece and I had a lot of fun at the workshop. I can recommend the activity to anyone. Liquid chocolate is poured into a mold and can then be decorated with lots of ready-made treats (from grated coconut to gummy bears). Genascht may also be, and the adults had their fun. A total of 3 chocolate bars are produced, which you can then take with you. As the chocolate cools, cocoa is made and tasted while waiting.

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July 16, 2019

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