Is that chocolate that we can smell, we think IT IS! We must be in The Chocolatorium! If you LOVE all sorts of chocolate - from the luscious, the mouthwatering, the dark, the white, the milk, then this place might be for you!
The Chocolatorium is more than just a place that sells chocolate. It's a place that makes chocolate, and it's a place that the whole family can visit to taste, see, smell and LEARN about chocolate!
Do you really know how chocolate is made? Or where it comes from? At The Chocolatorium you can immerse yourself in the wonderful world of chocolate. There are fun exhibits which can fill you in on all the fun facts about this delicious treat, as well as demonstrations that are regularly scheduled so you can really see how it's made into those special pieces of yumminess!
And kids, yes, we know you have been waiting for us to tell you - there are tastings too! The Chocolatorium wouldn't tease you surrounding you with chocolate unless they would let you try some for yourself!
The tours around The Chocolatorium are self-guided (and FREE!), and there is a movie that you can watch too. Those little ones will love to head over the to kids corner too, with a whole range of information on a number of topics, like the rainforest, and there are books to read, puzzles to challenge them and lots of pictures to color!
Want a chocolate filled birthday? Of course you do! The Chocolatarium LOVES having anyone who wants to celebrate that special day enjoy it with them.
Exhibit and movie is free Tasting is $5.00
Same as adult
They love educating all who come on this delicious foods, and that includes the sustainable way that the cocoa beans are harvested in the rainforest
Well, for one thing, they have chocolate! They also sell frozen banana bars and Italian ice cream.
Reservations are necessary for demonstrations and tastings
They have a variety of chocolate themed products and books, as well as Vermont based gifts and foods - and of course toys!
Just get in contact with them to talk about any programs you want the students to indulge in (get it...indulge!) - from the chocolate to the rainforest the beans come from.
If you need special assistance, then just give them a call to see what they can do
Visit with Cocoa the worlds largest chocolate teddy bear.