Mon-Thurs 10am-6:30pm; Fri-Sat 10am-7:30pm; Sun 10am-6:30pm
4a Calle Oriente #14, Antigua, Guatemala
Antigua Chocolate Museum is located about a block away from Plaza Mayor.
Entertaining and fun
We love this tour it was a fun time. Our tour guide was fantastic I love that he was able to do it both in English and Spanish at the same time.
Jeaqueline_A, Jun 2021
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Sarah B, Jan 2020
Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Workshop in ChocoMuseo Antigua
Our workshop leader was extremely enthusiastic and knowledgable. Great mix between learning the history of chocolate and practical experience of creating your own bar / making chocolate drinks. Appropriate size of group for the workshop and good value for money.
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Abel Bryan D, Oct 2017
Antigua Market, Cooking Class and Choco Museum from Guatemala City
Highly, highly recommend this! El Frijol Feliz Cooking School was a great experience for any age. Chef Leivi was friendly, fun and patient with our 9 year old son. The Choco Museum was interesting and allowed us to learn a lot about the history of chocolate. Because it is primarily walking in town, ask your guide to take you to other stops along the way. We really enjoy original art and textiles. Our guide was wonderful in taking us to a few extra stops in the area.
The cooking class was so much fun...
andreaxkim, Feb 2018
Antigua Market Cooking Class and Choco Museum in Antigua
The cooking class was so much fun! We took it at the La Tortilla Cooking School, we were taught by Sonia. The class had a translator and it was very throughly explained. Each person had their own little set up of a peeler, towel, and a knife and cutting board. They gave us a glass to have some wine. It was such a relaxing experience. Prior to the class, a man named Jorge took us around the market, explained to us the history and the culture of the market. He explained how the produce gets to the market, how the produce is grown, he even protected us from getting a little hustled lol. He was such a pleasure to talk too. He even explained to us about the foods and areas tourists should avoid. For example, he warned us that the fried chicken in the markets should not be consumed, as the pork fat used in the chicken may not sit well with many tourists' stomachs. The chocolate museum was also fun! We got to make our own chocolates and traditional drinks. I recommend this for anyone looking for some fun and easy things to do in Antigua. One super added bonus to this package was that our driver Henry even drove us to a peak where we could overlook Antigua and he drove us back to the market and waited for us! He was so gracious!! He really made our experience even better.
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- Catedral de Santiago (Antigua Cathedral)
- Museum of Colonial Art (Museo de Arte Colonial)
- Antigua Central Park (Parque Central)
- Las Capuchinas (Convento de Las Capuchinas)
- Palace of the Captains General (Palacio de los Capitanes Generales)
- Santa Catalina Arch (Arco de Santa Catalina)
- Casa Santo Domingo (Monasterio de Santo Domingo)
- Church of San Francisco (Iglesia de San Francisco)
- La Merced Church (Iglesia de la Merced)
- Antigua City Hall (Palacio del Ayuntamiento)
- Cerro de la Cruz (Hill of the Cross)
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