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Where history, art and bio merge!

Visit us with your school class. The Chocolate Museum is a versatile and interactive place of learning and experience.
Find out about our guided tours for school classes. We look forward to your visit!

Learn – Experience – Discover

Our offer for school classes and teachers

The Chocolate Museum is a versatile and interactive place of learning and experience, UNESCO-certified as an extracurricular place of learning. From the cultivation of cocoa and the production of chocolate to 5,000 years of cultural history, fair trade and sustainability, we provide comprehensive information and education. A visit to the Chocolate Museum is a useful addition to school lessons and motivates independent learning. Not only the intellect is addressed here, but also all the human senses: visual, auditory, tactile, even olfactory and gustatory experiences are possible. Find out about our guided tours for your school class!

Our guided tours

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The Chocolate Museum invites school classes on an exciting and educational journey into the world of cocoa and chocolate. The interactive tours and hands-on activities are aimed at all school levels and types. As a special offer for school classes, we offer additional guided tours before the museum opens at 9.30 am. We will be happy to advise you.

Our educational concept

The Chocolate Museum offers unique learning opportunities due to its spatial conditions. The environment is lively, multi-sensory and emotional. Interdisciplinary, discovery-based and activity-oriented learning is possible. For children and young people, a visit to the Chocolate Museum means learning without effort, with fun and without external pressure.

Education for sustainable development: The topic of sustainable development is an integral part of the museum’s mission statement. In our exhibition, visitors are informed about the problematic working and living conditions of people in the cocoa-growing countries as well as the ecological challenges of cocoa cultivation. Using current examples, we show how companies and organizations are working to improve the difficult situation.