O Reino do Chocolate - Caracol Chocolates, Gramado

3.3
#6 of 24 in Museums in Gramado
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Create an itinerary including O Reino do Chocolate - Caracol Chocolates
Free samples sustain you on your journey through the complete history of cocoa at Brazil’s first chocolate themed attraction. Making your way between models of Aztec pyramids, the Spanish conquest of Mexico, the court of King Charles V of Spain, a 16th century monastery, and a mini factory, you will discover how chocolate transformed from a “divine fruit” to the popular treat it is today. You will also see a collection of chocolate sculptures, one of which weighs an impressive 45 kg, by local artist Enio Fritsch. The tour at O Reino do Chocolate - Caracol Chocolates ends at the café, in which you can enjoy some delicious hot chocolate while enjoying the spectacular view of the mountains that surround Gramado. Make O Reino do Chocolate - Caracol Chocolates part of your personalized Gramado itinerary using our Gramado trip itinerary builder app.
Create a full itinerary - for free!

O Reino do Chocolate - Caracol Chocolates reviews

Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 3.5
2,847 reviews
Google
4.4
TripAdvisor
  • Nice people welcoming you. The place is tidy, secure and fresh. My son felt very comfortable. We had a snack at the end, with hot chocolate. Wonderful!! 
    Nice people welcoming you. The place is tidy, secure and fresh. My son felt very comfortable. We had a snack at the end, with hot chocolate. Wonderful!!  more »
  • Comparing to Wax Museum, this is a much better cost-benefit attraction, since you can interact with the content and so on. Good chocolate. 
    Comparing to Wax Museum, this is a much better cost-benefit attraction, since you can interact with the content and so on. Good chocolate.  more »
Google
  • Paula made this tour very special, she is so full of energy and fun, probably from eating too much chocolate at work all day! As the only English speaking guide she welcomed me, took me on a tour of how chocolate is made, an opportunity to make my own chocolate gift, then a history tour time machine showing how the Aztecs from Mexico dominated, and how the Portuguese met with the indigenous people of Brazil. There is a cafe so sampled a hot chocolate, which was so thick compared to normal drinking chocolate, that if you left it a minute it develops a skin like custard. The footprints towards the toilets amused me that if your feet are pointing in like that you've maybe missed your chance! There is a gift shop where you can buy a variety of chocolate products. Thank you Paula and enjoy your Christmas gift.
  • Good chocolate factory. Kids can make own chocolate by choosing several type of shape and topping.

Plan your trip to Gramado

  • Get a personalized trip
    A full day by day itinerary based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it
    Choose from the best hotels and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place. Everyone on the same page.