Suur-Karja tänav 20, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn
The museum introduces the history of making chocolate in Estonia since 1806 and also the cultivation of cocoa in the world. Visitors have the opportunity to see how chocolate is made by the chocolate makers of Chocolala and find out who were the biggest chocolate makers in Estonia before the war and what packaging was used.
The museum also has an educational side – come to our workshops to make candies on your own.
Chocolala is an internationally recognised small company producing Estonian luxury handcrafted chocolate, which has won many prestigious international awards.
The museum premises are available for holding events.
Food and drinks
A separate building (three storeys, light-colored) is located in the former post office, on the edge of the Old Town. Nearby objects: Lucky Chimney Sweeper sculpture, Rahva Raamat book store, Courthouse, Estonian Drama Theatre, Ministry of Culture, Pub Dubliner.