Special for Chocolate Lovers: After 7 years of hard work, Switzerland has become the largest chocolate museum in the world, with a 30-foot-tall chocolate fountain.
- The museum is spread over an area of 65 thousand square feet
- It also has the largest lint chocolate shop in the world
- People who come here will also be able to make chocolate with their own hands
There is good news for chocolate lovers. Chocolate lovers will have the opportunity to visit the world’s largest chocolate museum. The museum opened on September 13 in Zurich, the capital of Switzerland. As soon as you enter the museum, everything from the door to the door will be made of chocolate. The height of the chocolate fountain in the Lint of Home Chocolate is 30 feet.
According to an international news report, this fountain is considered to be the center of attraction in the museum. Visitors are seen walking inside the museum. Even so, the capital of Switzerland is known as the chocolate capital of the world.
The museum also has the largest lint chocolate shop in the world. It was inaugurated by world famous tennis player Roger Federer.
Visitors can also take gifts home with them. They will get every detail of the production from the history of chocolate. People will also get a chance to make their own chocolates at Chocolateria. This place is perfect for learning the history of Swiss chocolate making.