Chocolate Museum

Come and visit our chocolate museum dedicated to the history of Estonian chocolate since 1806.

You will discover how the chocolate was made; who were the major chocolate masters in Estonia before World War 2 and during the Soviet time; what packages and designs were used and much more.

The museum exposes also original art pieces from Estonian artists, such as a large chocolate sculpture inspired from a work by Simson von Seakyl, a dress made from chocolate wrappings, a wall painting of the Mayan God Quetzalcoatl and a cocoa tree.

Admission is free. The typical length of a visit is approximatively between 20 and 60 minutes depending on your interests.

The museum is located in a historical building from the 19th century on Suur-Karja 20 in Tallinn Old Town.