Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona)

Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona) Claimed

Discover all things chocolate and get a free bar

Average Reviews

Photos

Description

As the Chocolate Museum will make clear, chocolate has played a key role in the social and economic fabric of Barcelona. The Catalan capital was once the origin port for the distribution of the cacao-based confection. Here at the Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata) you’ll learn everything you could possibly hope to about this delicious (and historically important) foodstuff. And yes: you sure do get to taste some!

Don’t forget to head to the on-site coffee shop for a hot chocolate, and to stock up on the good stuff.

Tourist Information Barcelona

How to get here?

Metro: Any metro to Jaume I or Arc de Triomf
Bus: 39, 40, 42, 45, 51, 120, H16, V15 or V17

Is there a parking nearby?

There is a private car park on Carrer Comerç itself, before reaching our building
We recommend looking for parking on Passeig de la Circumval·lació and/or Passeig de Picasso. (Check times and payment zones.)

Other nearby attractions near Chocolate Museum?

Ciutadella Park
Barcelona Zoo
Picasso Museum
MEAM Museum

You pay by Credit Card?

Yes

What do you do there?

You can visit the exhibition where they show you all the process and the history of cocoa and chocolate. At the end you can buy some artisan chocolate.

Can you enter with a dog?

No, the entry of animals is prohibited

How much is ticket for adults and for children ?
Individual admission: €6
Group admission (15 or more people): €5

Free 
   > Under 7 years 
   > ICOM members  
   > BCN CARD

Best hotels, resorts to stay in Barcelona for couples or families

These popular hotels are for couples who want to stay in unique luxury romantic hotels and great choice for families looking for a baby and toddler friendly hotel near Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona).

Summary

Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona) is a favorite place for Chocolate lovers. It will be more fun if traveling in groups or with family. It is also a great place for couples.

Before your trip, you need to keep the following information in mind

  1. Additional details

    Located in the former Saint Agustí monastery, The Chocolate Museum whisks you on a tasty trip through all things chocolate as you learn about its nutritional and medicinal value. Yes, that’s right – chocolate is officially good for you. In fact, in the 18th century, members of the Bourbon army and military academies were given it as a daily ration:
    “For breakfast each cadet and company officer shall be given one and a half ounces of chocolate with a quarter of a pound of bread…”

  2. Important Information

    The Chocolate Museum is open to the public from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10am to 7pm and from 10am to 3pm on public holidays.
    * May 1, June 24, August 15, September 11, September 24, October 12, November 1, December 6 and December 8 are considered public holidays and the Museum’s opening times will be from 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Other festivities with variable dates will also be considered as public holiday opening times.
    Summer Opening Times:
    The Museum will be open from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 20pm (from June 15th to September 15th). Sundays and bank holidays from 10am to 15pm.

Related Listings

Today Closed UTC+2

10:00 - 15:00
  • Monday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Tuesday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Wednesday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Thursday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Friday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Saturday
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Sunday
    10:00 - 15:00

Price Range

As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.
0,00 €
6,00 €

Categories

Statistic

53 Views
0 Rating
0 Favorite
1 Share

Map

Hosted by :