Comes chocolates Museum
For children … and grown up children …
A little history
The tchocolatl, or chocolate, which was the name given by the first Spanish explorers, it was considered a drink for the gods, and found by the Mayas around the fourth century. The Aztecs believed that the cacao seeds were Quetzalcoatl, the personification of God’s wisdom and had so much value that they it was used as money. This and lots more information is told by the Comes family, passionate chocolatiers for generations since 1870.
The museum has an extensive exhibition with many utensils, tools and a library dedicated to chocolate: full of photographs and documents related to cacao. All this in a guided tour, where parents and children are immersed in this world as pleasurable as is chocolate. Discover the making of chocolate and enjoy … a very sweet tasting.
Visit the Chocolate Museum; it is open every day of the year except Sundays in August.
Monday to Friday: 10:30 a 13:30 - 16:00 a 20:00
Saturday: 11:00 a 14:00 - 17:00 a 20:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 14:00 (closed Sundays in August)
Calle Sant Josep, 29
46410 – Sueca – Valencia
Tel.: 96 170 19 42