Anyone with a serious sweet tooth that tends toward the chocolate side of the spectrum will appreciate Choco-story. Run by renowned New York-based chocolatier Jacques Torres, Choco-story is a museum devoted to the history and development of chocolate — with ample opportunity to taste aspects of that history throughout.
The Choco-story museum is spread out over a 5,000 square foot plan, and visitors are encouraged to walk through and experience every part of it. It includes original chocolate-making artifacts, nine "premium tastings," an authentic Mayan hot chocolate recipe, and a bonbon-making demonstration. Designed to be educational, the museum is perfectly suitable for young children and families — but adult chocolate-lovers are sure to get just as much of a thrill out of the experience.
Chocolate History Museums
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Cubic Modular Chocolates
Geode-Inspired Easter Chocolates
Sculptural Handmade Chocolates
Single-Origin Chocolate Eggs
Lantern-Inspired Traditional Chocolates