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Address: 4a Calle Oriente # 14, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
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+502 7832 4520
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Cacao and chocolate museum in Antigua, Guatemala. Learn about the history...

Cacao and chocolate museum in Antigua, Guatemala. Learn about the history of cacao, the cacao tree and cacao in Guatemala. ChocoMuseo has its own artisanal chocolate factory which makes chocolate from organic Guatemalan cacao beans. ChocoMuseo also offers chocolate workshops to make your own chocolate. A unique experience for the whole family.

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Orlando was fantastic, one of the highlights of my trip

Such good value for money, 180 QTZ for 2 hours and an end product. We learnt to make chocolate from scratch from how to harvest the beans, fermentation, drying, roasting... read more

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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

Such good value for money, 180 QTZ for 2 hours and an end product. We learnt to make chocolate from scratch from how to harvest the beans, fermentation, drying, roasting, winnowing, grinding, pressing, refining and then crafting your own flavoured chocolates. We also made 3 hot chocolate drinks (Mayan, spanish and cacao tea). Orlando was very informative, friendly and funny.... More 

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

If you have an afternoon free while exploring Antigua, you could do far worse than paying a visit to this store. My wife and I went this afternoon and had a great time. Our guide and chef was Patty and she was very knowledgable. We are trying to learn a bit of Spanish so she was nice enough to do... More 

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We are a 76-year-old Australian couple who came on a five-day trip to Guatemala, based on the recommendation and photos of a friend. We were a bit apprehensive given the warning on travel advisory websites. We need not have worried. Because of excellent tour guides, we were complexly safe. In Antigua, we could safely walk the streets at night alone.... More 

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We had not planned to go to the Chocolate Museum, but since we stumbled onto it we decided to check it out. We did not take a class, but enjoyed asking questions of the employees who were very kind in answering and giving detailed explanations. The sample were delightful and of course we did purchase some of the dark chocolates.

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

Cool place to visit! They give you samples of chocolate and there are more samples around the store. You don't feel pressure to buy anything and you learn about the chocolate making process.

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

It was funny and very interesting. We made some chocolate and learnt about maya culture too. Patty was fun to be with. I would highly recommend to do it. It is about 2h. 180qtz.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a good place to cool off after a walk around Antigua. Worth your dark chocolate cakes and good coffee. If you like handicrafts, there are many, if you want to learn about cocoa, they also give you classes

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i had elwin and he was so much fun and funny he made jokes like he told me the coconut was cheese hahaha that they put it in chocolate hahaha i learnt so much at the end of it the 2 hours flew by it was worth my money for sure!!!! i recommend this place to everyone

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I have taken chocolate tours in Seattle and Beverly Hills and generally explore all things chocolate where ever I travel. This was the best experience so far. Did the 2 hour chocolate class were we made all kinds of chocolates, including three kinds of drinks. We also ground up cacao beans and for the first time I think I finally... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can get very good quality and local cacao products (also special things like tea, beans and Maya-Cacao). The staff is doing a good job and I really enjoyed the cacao-course where you learn about the history of cacao (more then just reading about it in the museum) and how to process everything from bean to hot chocolate. A worthwhile... More 

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