Lindt has just opened a chocolate museum with a massive chocolate fountain
"Chocolate museum" is like music to my ears.
The older I get the more I appreciate museums but this has brought me right back to my childhood. I have definitely had dreams of chocolate museums.
This may be the first trip I book when this pandemic decides to take a break... and I can take a break to Switzerland.
Lindt has announced its very own chocolate museum in Switzerland which brings guests an interactive chocolate experience.
Showing off their famous chocolates and the process behind making Lindt, attendees of the new museum even get to make your own chocolate. Where do I sign up?!
It's very hard to write this article without watering at the mouth. Just imagine being on your period and finding yourself in a chocolate museum. I don't think it would take me long to eat my way through most of the main attractions.
The museum features the biggest Lindt chocolate shop in the world, and a Lindt chocolate fountain filled with, yep, you guessed it - gallons of Lindt chocolate.
It's over nine meters tall and has 1,500 kg of chocolate flowing through it. Yum.
Even the pictures don't look real but I can confirm that this is not fake news - and the doors are officially open waiting for you and your family and me and my family to walk through them (once we're permitted to travel, of course).
Guests will also be able to experience an interactive chocolate tour which will tell them all about the history of chocolate and the Swiss cultural heritage of chocolate.
As mentioned above, you'll even get to make your own chocolate together with a real Lindt Master Chocolatier.
And of course, you get to taste it.
You can find out more about the new Lindt chocolate museum here.