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ChocoMuseo Miraflores
ChocoMuseo Miraflores

ChocoMuseo Miraflores

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Calle Berlin 375, Miraflores, Peru, 15074

The Basics

Taste the delicious fruits of Peru’s thriving cacao industry during a chocolate-making workshop, learning every step of the process—from roasting the beans, removing the husk, and grinding the nibs, to refining the paste and making rich chocolate confections. Explore ChocoMuseo as part of a full-day, private or group tour, which incorporates sightseeing excursions to Miraflores, Barranco, and Lima’s historic center.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • ChocoMuseo appeals to chocolate lovers of all ages.
  • Chocolate-making workshops are family-friendly and available to all skill levels.
  • The cost of a workshop includes materials to make chocolates and truffles.
  • Handmade chocolates are ready for pickup about 45 minutes after the end of a workshop.
  • Vist the café for chocolate pastries, desserts, beverages, and bars.
  • ChocoMuseo is wheelchair accessible.
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How to Get There

ChocoMuseo Miraflores is located on Calle Oscar Benavides at Kennedy Park (Parque Kennedy) in Lima’s Miraflores neighborhood. Expect about a 20-minute drive from the city’s historic center. Take any number of bus lines to the Calle Schell stop, then walk a few minutes along the Diagonal to reach the museum.

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When to Get There

ChocoMuseo Miraflores is open through the week and offers daily workshops. During the first half of July, Lima hosts Salón del Cacao y Chocolate, an annual chocolate festival that attracts producers from all over the world. From December to April, the climate in Lima is generally warm and sunny. From May through November, temperatures are mild, with a thick sea fog hanging over the sea.

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The Cats of Kennedy Park

Down the street from ChocoMuseo is the surreal Kennedy Park (Parque Kennedy) where dozens of street cats have decided to make a home. Friendly felines mew for cuddles and treats, laze about landscaped gardens, and pose patiently for photos. Humans also gravitate to the park for picnics or to enjoy live music on the grassy knolls.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to ChocoMuseo Miraflores?
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