Close-up of chocolate pieces at Falkensteiner Hotels


Everyone likes chocolate, don't they? In the Chocotopia chocolate museum, there is a lot of chocolate knowledge about the history and production of this treat, but also many different works of art to admire. Of course, it makes you want to eat chocolate, which is why there are also various tasty treats to taste and a variety of workshops to learn even more about chocolate and how it is made. 

Who is it suitable for?
Families, couples, groups, friends

How to get there
Car, bus, on foot, train

only open Friday - Sunday

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