You might want to eat this museum. This 1909 house is a meeting point for chocolate lovers, historians, artists, chefs, cocoa producers and consumers.
Architect Ana Rita García Lascurain created a space dedicated to the investigation and promotion of one of the most celebrated ingredients in human history, originating in Mexico.
With a wonderful museography, here you can learn part of the history, production, properties and effects of cocoa and chocolate, not only with your eyes but your nose as well: there’s a room with chocolate-covered walls and a delicious, enveloping scent all around.
They also have a chocolate store and cooking lessons. Don’t miss the gallery, where you can admire artworks inspired by or made with this versatile ingredient.
|Venue name:||MUCHO Mundo Chocolate|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 11am-5pm|
|Transport:||Metro Cuauhtémoc. Metrobús Hamburgo.|
|Price:||$70, kids and students $45|