It’s not exactly Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, but it’ll have to do.
Grévin Montreal is hosting a chocolate museum all winter, offering guests tastings, workshops, and the delicious history of everything cocoa.
The choco-museum is in association with Chocolats Favoris, a Quebec-based chocolate maker.
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The museum features a fake “chocolate river,” where guests can navigate a boat through a “cocoa-coloured river,” but don’t get too greedy; just remember what happened to Augustus Gloop.
The chocolate museum is found inside a wing of Grévin Montreal and is open every day until April. Because nothing really goes together like chocolate and wax celebrity figures.
Prices for Grévin range from $15 to $21.75 but whenever free chocolate samples are involved, it’s worth it.
In the wise words of Mr. Wonka, “If you want to view paradise, simply look around and view it.”