Eat Chocolate and Explore its History...
We are currently closed and do not know when we will reopen. At the earliest it will be the start of June 2021
Take a chocolatey journey 5000 years in the making at our new tourist attraction! Starting in a Mayan hut you will weave your way through nine eras, exploring how chocolate has ingrained itself into our society…
We can safely say that we have the only Aztec temple in Llandudno as well as a recreation of a pirate ship's cargo hold, a Moroccan tent and many other detailed scenes.
The tourist attraction is laid out across nine areas; each recreating a different part of chocolate’s history. Our helpful videos will be your guide and you will also find activities, information panels and wonderful scenes in our immersive world.
Our building is also the centre of our chocolate company, where we make a wide variety of products which we sell across Europe. When we are at work, you can take a peak into our world through the viewing window.
Why would you want to just read about the history of chocolate when you can taste it…
As you go round the experience, we have a selection of samples to help you see how chocolate has evolved into what it is today.
Enjoy a nostalgic look at our collection of chocolate wrappers, tins, boxes and posters from the last few decades.
We have items made by all the main UK manufacturers as well as some from companies that are now but a memory.
We even have a few that were made in the reign of Queen Victoria!
Last entry 20-30 minutes before closing. The attraction takes anywhere from 20-45 minutes to get round. (Depending on how many of the displays you wish to look at)
We are currently closed and do not know when we will reopen. At the earliest it will be the start of June 2021. (We have been waiting for six months to expand our factory into the neighbouring building and typically we are only just able to start the work when the museum should be reopening. We are sorry for the inconvenience.)
Normal Opening Hours
Monday - To be added for 2021
Tuesday - To be added for 2021
Wednesday - To be added for 2021
Thursday - To be added for 2021
Friday - To be added for 2021
Saturday - To be added for 2021
Sunday - Closed
We do not usually open on Bank Holiday Mondays
Including Chocolate Samples!
Chocolate Samples Included in Price
Child - £5.00
Adult - £5.50
Senior Citizens & Students - £5.00
Family - £20
Groups 10+ - Please contact us
How to Find Us
Llandudno Chocolate Experience, John Street Cocoa Works, John Street, Llandudno LL30 2AB
It is best to reach us by coming via the high street (Mostyn Street) but it may sometimes be easier to arrive via Charlton Street.
1. Via Mostyn Street
If coming from the high Street (Mostyn Street,) we are on a side road called John Street. It is located in between the Habit Tea Rooms and The Kitchen Range.
We are just at the end of this road in an all grey building; our purple signs will be outside when we are open.
2. Via Charlton Street
If following a sat nav (or coming from the station), it may bring you via Charlton Street. This brings you from the back of John Street.
Once you find John Street, head a short way down until the road splits, turn left outside James Payne Plumbing.
Walk a short way and we in the the grey building on the corner.
We are located within a minute's walk of the railway station, making visiting us by rail easy. Just walk out of the station and down Vaughan Street.
Follow it until you reach the high street (Mostyn Street.)
Walk past the small grassy area with a wooden statue of a rabbit. We are on the side road (John Street) in between the Habit Tea Rooms and the Kitchen Range.
There is no onsite parking, however there are places to park close by.
How to Find us (In Pictures)
We are on the side road (John Street). John Street is located off Western Gardens at the lower end of Mostyn Street.
John Street is in between the Kitchen Range and the Habit Tea Rooms
This is the outside of our building