Chocoversum – A Chocolate Museum in Hamburg

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Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum is a chocolate museum located in Hamburg Germany.  While our group was on a walking tour around Hamburg, we passed by the Chocoversum museum.  And right after our walking tour, my family and I decided to visit the Chocoversum Museum.  When you walk in, the first thing you will see is the shop, this is where you can purchase the tour ticket to get inside the museum (as well as different varieties of chocolates).

All around the museum, you will see illustrations and information about chocolate.  The tour also includes tastings as well as chocolate-design making.   For the tastings we sampled chocolates on their different stages and types – dark / milk.  I think I had about 5 chocolate tastings.  Plus, we also created our own chocolates.  The chocolate bar itself is huge, and we designed it to our liking with the given flavors – nuts, dark/white chocolate, sprinkles, etc.

When we visited, the only time available was the German language tour.  However, our guide translated the tour to us in English as well.

Photos at Chocoversum:

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Chocoversum Museum Hamburg

Review:

I highly recommend this place for those visiting Hamburg, most especially if you love chocolates.  The chocolates here are so delicious, and you get to learn about chocolates too.

More info:

– Website:  http://www.chocoversum.de/en.html

– Reviews: Chocoversum TripAdvisor

– Hours:  Daily 10:00 – 18:00

– Location:  Messberg 1 20095 Hamburg Germany

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Published 15 January, 2015

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