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In Vienna, the city of classical music, plenty of attractions, and museums, the Chocolate Museum Vienna is a must-visit site. If you love chocolates and want to spend time in chocolate heaven, then the Museum of Chocolate Vienna is for you! Taste delicious chocolates, learn the process of making them, and learn the history of this guilty pleasure. Spend time learning about the treat from the expert chocolatier while they teach you the entire process of chocolate making. 

Before planning a visit, keep reading to know how to book Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets, how to reach there, and much more!

Why Visit the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

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  • Paradise for Chocolate Lovers: Visit the Chocolate Museum filled with sculptures made in chocolate. The Chocolate Museum Vienna is a perfect place for chocolate lovers to know the history and so much more. 
  • Enjoy fun activities: Indulge in interactive games, and marvel at the huge life-size chocolate-made sculptures. 
  • Learn the history of chocolate: Book Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets to know about the history and facts about cacao and the production of chocolate. 
  • Shop the delicious chocolates: Fill your bags with different and delicious varieties of chocolates at the Chocolate Museum shop. 
  • Chocolate workshop: Take part in the Chocolate workshop to learn about the cultivation of cacao. Learn to make chocolate and dishes from chocolate from an experienced chocolatier.

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Become a chocolatier for a day! Sounds amazing, right? Grab the Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets and become a chocolatier during a 60-min chocolate workshop session. Learn Chocolate-making and garnishing them, prepare 3 chocolates, and even earn a Chocolate Museum Vienna Certificate. 

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Chocolate Museum Vienna is not only known for chocolates but also life-sized chocolate sculptures. Marvel at the 2.5 meters high chocolate sculptures figures from history, arts, and so much more. Admire the huge sculpture of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI made with 350 kg of pure chocolate!

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Chocolate Tasting

You are in for a treat at the Chocolate Museum, if you love chocolates. Grab a variety of chocolate types, have a bite of delicious chocolates and learn about the history of chocolate. Learn the process of making chocolate from bean to bar at the Chocolate Museum.

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Enter the fascinating world of chocolate. Learn all about chocolate with entertaining interactive games, the history of chocolate making, and the process of making it. Learn about the interesting lives of the ancient Maya and Aztecs, who discovered cocoa trees.

Plan Your Visit To Chocolate Museum Vienna

Getting There
Visitor Tips
Chocolate Museum Vienna
  • Timings: Monday to Saturday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Last Entry: 1 hour before closing time 
  • Closed On: Closed on Sundays and public holidays
  • Best Time To Visit: The best time to visit Chocolate Museum Vienna is early morning time and on weekdays. Since the Chocolate Museum is a popular weekend destination, it receives lesser crowds during this time of the day and week.
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Address: Schönbrunner Str. 99, 1050 Wien, Austria

Find on Map.

  • By Metro: Line U4 
    Nearest Stop: Pilgramgasse
  • By Bus: Bus 12A and 14A  
    Nearest Stop: Reinprechtsdorfer Brücke
  • By Car: Vienna International Airport (23 km)
    Car Parking: There is no parking facility at Chocolate Museum Vienna, however, there is plenty of paid parking available nearby.
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  • The wheelchair facility can only be used with assistance. 
  • There are no strict rules. However, it must be noted that the staff only speaks English and German languages. 
  • There is no dress code, however, visitors are advised to wear comfortable clothes. 
  • Photography is allowed inside Chocolate Museum Vienna.
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  • The Hofburg: The Hofburg is a huge palace complex set in the heart of Vienna. The palace houses museums, a church, a chapel, a library, a school, and the President's house of Austria.
  • Schönbrunn Palace: Schönbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for serving as the summer home of the Habsburgs for centuries. The Schönbrunn palace also features the history of the famous Empress Elisabeth. 
  • Belvedere Palace: The Belvedere Palace features 2 important buildings named Upper Belvedere and Lower Belvedere Palace. The palace is known for its impressive interior, architecture, art exhibitions, and displays. 
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral: St. Stephen's Cathedral is known as the most religious building in Vienna for witnessing important events in Habsburg and Austria.
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  • Free admission for children under 5 years at Chocolate Museum Vienna.
  • A restroom facility is available for visitors at Chocolate Museum Vienna. 
  • The Museum of Chocolate Vienna is wheelchair accessible. However, wheelchair assistance will be required. 
  • Plan a visit to Chocolate Museum Vienna during the morning hours to avoid crowds and enjoy the experience peacefully. 
  • Carry a water bottle, a cap, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses. 
  • Don’t forget to bring your cameras to capture some happy memories. 
  • Visitors are advised to plan a visit to Chocolate Museum Vienna for at least 2 hours. 
  • Although there are no clothing restrictions, wear comfortable clothes.
  • A cloakroom facility for visitors carrying large bags is available. 
  • Free Wi-Fi is available for visitors.

All Your Questions About Chocolate Museum Vienna Tickets Answered

Q. Where can I buy Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets?

A. You can buy Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets online.

Q. Can I buy Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets online?

A. Yes. You can buy Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets online.

Q. What is the cost of Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets?

A. The cost of Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets is €35.

Q. Can I get a discount on Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets?

A. Yes. Book your Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets online to get offers and discounts.

Q. What is the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Chocolate Museum Vienna is a place for chocolate lovers that features cocoa cultivation, chocolate history, tastings, several workshops, and so much more.

Q. How can I get access to the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Book your Chocolate Museum Vienna tickets online to get access to the Museum of Chocolate Vienna.

Q. Where is Chocolate Museum Vienna located?

A. The Museum of Chocolate is located at Schönbrunner Str. 99, 1050 Wien in Austria.

Q. What are some of the highlights of Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Tasting several chocolates, and learning about the cultivation and production of cacao and chocolate are the highlights of the Museum of Chocolate. Feast your eyes on the sculptures made of chocolate and indulge in fun games.

Q. How to reach the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. You can reach the Chocolate Museum Vienna by bus, metro, or taxi.

Q. What are the timings of Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. The Chocolate Museum Vienna remains open from 09.00 am to 05.00 pm every day except Sunday.

Q. What facilities are available in the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Wheelchair accessibility, restroom, toilets, free Wi-Fi, and cloakroom are some facilities available in the Chocolate Museum Vienna.

Q. Is Chocolate Museum Vienna wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes. Chocolate Museum Vienna is wheelchair accessible with wheelchair assistance.

Q. Is photography allowed in the Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Yes. Photography is allowed in the Chocolate Museum Vienna.

Q. Is it worth visiting Chocolate Museum Vienna?

A. Yes. Visiting the Chocolate Museum Vienna is worth it. Enjoy fun games, chocolate history, taste chocolates, learn about the cultivation, and production of chocolates, and so much more.