Schokoladenmuseum was inaugurated in 1993 by Hans Imhoff and is privately owned by the Imhoff family. The Museum is a distinctive cultural and historical institution dedicated to chocolate in Cologne's Altstadt-Süd district. Regarded as one of the top ten museums in Germany, this museum showcases cacao trees of the Theobroma cacao and Theobroma grandiflorum species within a small tepidarium, accessible to tourists through a 10-meter-square glass cube. Here, visitors can observe the process of creating miniature chocolate bars. The museum's standout feature is a 3-meter-high chocolate fountain. Additionally, the Schokoladenmuseum houses shops offering an extensive array of chocolate products.
• Free Admission To Children Under The Age Of 6.
Children/students up To 18 Years Old €8.50
Family Card €37.50
Seniors from 65 J €13
People with Disabilities €8.50