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Zurich: Lindt Home of Chocolate Museum Entry Ticket

Zurich: Lindt Home of Chocolate Museum Entry Ticket

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Experience the world of chocolate with all your senses — from its history to its production and cultural significance. Find out fascinating facts about chocolate through multimedia exhibits, and benefit from unlimited chocolate tasting.

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English, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Spanish
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Journey back to the origins of chocolate and learn how cocoa conquered Europe
  • Follow the chocolate manufacturing process in a modern test facility
  • Marvel at the 9-meter high chocolate fountain in the entrance hall
  • Savor unlimited tastings of irresistible Swiss chocolate
Full description
Visit the interactive Lindt Home of Chocolate Museum, built next to the historical Lindt & Sprüngli factory. Discover the long journey that cocoa takes from bean to bar on an audio-guided tour. See an impressive chocolate fountain in the entrance hall, over 9 meters tall. Learn how chocolate conquered the world and explore every step of the production process through multimedia exhibitions. Visit the tasting room, where you can savor a variety of chocolate delicacies. See the production line through panoramic windows and watch as new products are created.
Includes
  • Museum entrance ticket
  • Audio guide
  • Chocolate tasting
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
    Traveler requirements
    • Masks are optional for this activity

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    • Unaccompanied minors

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    • Children below 7 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.8 /5

    based on 117 reviews

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    We used the ferry from the wharf to get to the museum, which was excellent better than going by tram etc. We arrived early but were not allowed to go on tour before 3pm as we had booked with your organisation,which we thougnt unnecessary as it was a self guided tour. It was a great tour, lots of information about how Lindt began, also how chocolate is made, ending with lots of testing three types of chocolate and samples, lots of fun.

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    May 6, 2022

    I highly recommend for chocolate lovers! Lots of free samples! Also an audioguide that explains how chocolate was discovered and became so popular. Please be aware this activity is not in Zurich, but a neighboring town. So you will need to take a 15 min car ride or public transit, otherwise it is about a 1.5 hr walk from Zurich old town.

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    April 20, 2022

    The factory is a 10-15 minute walk from Kilchberg station so factor that in when travelling by train. The staff were welcoming and as we had prepaid tickets we were able to start the self guided audio tour immediately. You’re taken through a history of chocolate with interesting facts. After two or three rooms you come to an area with three chocolate fountains. Here you can taste liquid chocolate (dark, milk and white) for as long as you want. In the same room there are blind-tasting machines which dispense pieces of chocolate with flavourings (sea salt, orange, etc) for you to guess. Again, you can eat as much as you want here. After this there is a room with Lindor chocolates to sample with a Lindt Choclatier staff member. I think there were 6 or 7 flavours to try. Next there was a fun vending machine game dispensing small chocolates. Finally, the factory shop. Where you can buy to your hearts content. But not much in the way of free chocolate on this tour. Recommended.

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    April 15, 2022

    Product ID: 396265