MUCHO Mundo Chocolate

  • Museums
  • Juárez 
  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
Mucho Mundo Chocolate
Alejandra Carbajal

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

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.

Written by Cynthia Arvide


Milán 45
Mexico City
Cross street:
Metro Cuauhtémoc. Metrobús Hamburgo.
$70, kids and students $45
Opening hours:
Mon-Sun 11am-5pm
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