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Museum of Russian Chocolate History

Open today: 11:00 - 19:00
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Good place to spend an hour or two

Great museum, where you get to mould some chocolate shapes and then do a tasting tour of the... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2016
A very nice and interesting place to visit in the centre of Moscow

This an interesting place to visit. In the museum you can attend a class where you and your... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2015
Moscow, Russia
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27 Sep 2016
“Looks to be permanently CLOSED!”
3 Apr 2016
“Good place to spend an hour or two”
Did you know that the last Emperor of Russia Nicholas II was a huge fan of chocolate? If so are you, then we invite you to this off the beaten path museum. On a fascinating journey into the history of chocolate, meet the inventive chocolatiers of...more
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1st Brestskaya St., 2/3, Moscow 125047, Russia
+7 495 233-82-12
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

We tried to visit in early September. It was very easy to find. We went when it was supposed to be open, but the door was locked. The inside looked empty. It appears to have shut down (although the signage for the museum is still...More

Thank Mark J
Reviewed 3 April 2016

Great museum, where you get to mould some chocolate shapes and then do a tasting tour of the development of chocolate from Aztec times. Only slight problem though...the upper 2floors had absolutely no English translation. Still enjoyed ourselves. A tip...the outside looks nothing like a...More

Thank PennyBlackwell
Reviewed 28 March 2015

This an interesting place to visit. In the museum you can attend a class where you and your children (from 3) can learn how to make a chocolate figures. You can taste different kinds of very delicious and fresh chocolate. And many other things. Without...More

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chocoroad, Управляющий at Museum of Russian Chocolate History, responded to this reviewResponded 10 June 2015

It is great to hear that you like our museum! We will glad to see you again! Best regards, Museum of Russian Chocolate History

Reviewed 12 October 2014

All those who love chocolate probably will love this place. It is situated near the main Moscow tourist attractions. Not a place for disabled people as its exhibitions are situated on 6 floors without wheelchair access. Small kids will love making their own chocolate figures...More

1  Thank Владимир Л
Reviewed 20 July 2014

Good - impressive collection of mostly Russian and Soviet chocolate and lolly packaging, very interesting for anyone interested in chocolate, history or/and design. Younger members of the group enjoyed the brief chocolate modelling class. Excellent selection of chocolates in the museum shop, would actually consider...More

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The neighborhood is divided into two major halves by
Krasnaya Presnya street: the southern part highlights
Moscow city – businesses contained in skyscrapers
along with the White House - where the Russian
government works. The north is a bit more relaxed and
casual, visitors here will find the Moscow zoo,
National Centre for Contemporary Arts and a number of
fine restaurants. The beautiful neo-gothic Cathedral
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