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Chocolate Museum Vienna
Chocolate Museum Vienna

Chocolate Museum Vienna

Im Wiener Prater, Riesenradplatz 5, Vienna, 1020

The Basics

The Chocolate Museum Vienna is located in Leopoldstadt, the city's bustling Second District. It's most convenient to visit via public transportation, or a hop-on-hop-off-bus tour, as these typically stop in this central Vienna district. Most visitors enjoy a visit to the Chocolate Museum Vienna while exploring the Prater, Vienna's green space and amusement park. The family-friendly attraction offers numerous activities—from bumper cars to a Ferris wheel—all within walking distance.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Avoid ticket lines by prebooking your admission to Chocolate Museum Vienna.

  • History fans enjoy learning about chocolate, from Spanish conquistadores to European courtiers.

  • Foodies should prebook tickets to a chocolate workshop, where you can prepare chocolate bars and get tasting tips from a chocolatier.

  • Walk the museum's jungle path to learn how cocoa fruit is harvested.

  • Don't miss the museum's chocolate shop, where you can find the perfect souvenir.

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How to Get There

The most convenient way to visit the Chocolate Museum Vienna is to take public transportation. Take the U2 metro line to the Praterstern station or the N25 or N29 bus to the Praterstern stop. Find the museum at Riesenradplatz 5 in the Vienna Prater, steps from Madame Tussauds.

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When to Get There

The Chocolate Museum Vienna is open every day, from late morning to early evening, with extended hours on weekends. Plan to visit early in the week to avoid crowds, since the chocolate museum is a popular weekend destination. If you're attending a workshop, you should reserve your spot in advance to avoid disappointment and plan to arrive early to find your group.

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What to See in the Prater

No visit to Leopoldstadt is complete without exploring the Vienna Prater. Since the Prater is both an outdoor space and amusement park, there's truly something for everyone. Stop by the beer garden or coffee house, enjoy a bike ride, and check out the must-see Ferris wheel for great views of the city. If you're visiting over the winter holiday, don't miss the Prater's Winter Market for live entertainment and a glass of warm punch.

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