Chocolate Museum Cologne

Chocolate Museum Cologne

The Cologne Chocolate museum is built right on the banks of the river Rhine, looking like a ship, with astonishing architecture.  This is one of Cologne’s most interesting and representative museums. Formed of the old collection of the chocolate family, Imhoff, the museum shows the whole process of producing chocolate from growing the beans to mass production of chocolate Santa Claus’s, including a live production and tasting on the spot.

Guests can visit the Tropical House and experience at first hand how cocoa grows, or see chocolate being made in the in-house Lindt production facility, and learn all about the cultural background of chocolate – the “food of the gods”.

Alternatively or even in addition, the museum offers a range of different tasting seminars in everything to do with chocolate. The focus, however, is strictly on enjoyment. Sample for example exquisite dark chocolate with a slightly peppery flavour, combined with old sherry and vigorous red wine

As the icing on the cake, the Chocolate Museum also offers extraordinary event spaces, e.g. the popular Bel Etage with a view of the Rhine and the Cologne Cathedral. The catering is fine and exclusive and the components of the menu include – of course – chocolate.












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(1) Köln_Cocoa beans at the chocolate museum (c) pixabay
(2) Köln_Chocolate fountain at the chocolate museum (c) NRW Tourismus e.V Norbert Angermann


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