Are you a chocolate lover? At the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, you learn how cocoa for the best chocolate in the world makes its way to Switzerland. A 20-minute adventure for all the senses.
What has chocolate to do with the Swiss Museum of Transport? There are many logistical challenges to overcome before the chocolate reaches the shops. Discover the chocolate transport chain: you’ll be amazed at how far the chocolate for your pralines has travelled.
After boarding a vehicle shaped like a Lindor Ball, the smell of chocolate fills the air as you move through the world of chocolate. On this multimedia journey you learn where cocoa comes from, how it’s processed and how it finds its way to Switzerland – plus what’s added to the cocoa to give it its incredible taste. You’re also shown the role played by logistics as it finds its way into Switzerland’s shops and around the globe.
You can see for yourself how good the chocolate tastes at the Lindt Boutique in the Swiss Museum of Transport. A Lindt Master Chocolatier creates the tempting delicacies before your very eyes and reveals the secrets of chocolate production. Admire the boutique’s chocolate fountain and taste the special creations.
Adult CHF 16.00
Student up to the age of 26: CHF 12.00
Children up to the age of 16: CHF 7.00
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Using a special vehicle, we can accommodate two wheelchair users per hour, each with an assistant. Up to 80 x 140 cm (width x depth) is available for wheelchairs. The total maximum weight allowance for wheelchair users (incl. wheelchairs) and assistants is 500 kg. Wheelchair users able to leave their chairs are welcome to use the standard vehicle.
Tasting takes place every afternoon in the Lindt Boutique in the Swiss Museum of Transport Shop.