Things to do at York’s Chocolate Story review
Here you can go on a fun guided tour through 3000 years of chocolate history at this indoor attraction in the centre of York. I have honestly never had so much fun learning about something. It’s a really great tour and I never realised how much of our countries chocolate was and is made in York.
You can expect not only to smell wonderful chocolate smells but there are tasting opportunities along the way as well. You are guided through different rooms where you will learn about the history of chocolate through films, exhibitions and displays, some of which are interactive.
You even get to see how chocolate is made from its raw state through to the adding of the sugar. Children are involved as much as possible in the process. You are even taught how to truly taste chocolate. One of the highlights is when you get to make your own chocolate lollipop with a choice of sprinkles. They say that chocolate makes you happy!
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FAQ and Further Information York’s Chocolate Story
Is there food and drink available?
They have a cafe where you can sample their finest luxury hot chocolate and more.
What are the main things to do?
Interactive museum that takes you on a journey through the history and making of chocolate, plus you can make your own chocolate lollipop. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. An adult ticket is £13.95, children age 4-15 £11.50. Under 4’s are free. Other pricing options are available including family tickets.
Is there parking?
There is no car park, but there is pay and display parking in the centre. If visiting by car I can recommend the park and ride.
When are they open?
York’s Chocolate Story is open almost all year round. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Are they accessible?
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