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Ritter Sport Chocoexhibition

Alfred-Ritter-Str. 27, 71111 Waldenbuch, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
+49 7157 97704
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Choctastic

This is such a cute museum to take the kids to. They have a small exhibition upstairs, which guides... read more

Reviewed December 16, 2017
Tracy B
via mobile
Great place to get chocolate

We went to this huge chocolate store right after lunch and grabbed a bunch of chocolate to bring... read more

Reviewed November 21, 2017
Jackfish28
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Mobile, Alabama
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Downbelow Marine & Wildlife Adventures (DB) is a fully licensed PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Center plus Official Tour & Travel operator in Sabah, Malaysia. Our PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre is a slice of paradise, nestled in a quiet bay on Gaya Island in the TAR Park just 8 minutes by boat from Kota Kinabalu city. We are the only operator at this location so you will enjoy your activity without the crowds. We offer daily diving, try dives & the widest range of PADI courses & specialities from beginners through to professional internships & instructor development. In addition we cater equally for non divers with snorkeling activities, sea kayaking, jungle trekking & corporate/adventure groups . Our highly qualified team of friendly professional instructors & instructor trainers are managed by our resident PADI Course Director (CD), the highest rating in recreational diving. Between activities the island provides a very special experience, with a resort like feel, great atmosphere it's a fun place to spend the day chatting with likeminded people, enjoying the tropical jungle & ocean surroundings, all from our comfortable front deck at beachside. At Downbelow you will not be restricted to a classroom or boat. Being island based we are closer to the best dive/snorkel sites of the TAR Park & West Coast Sabah, we access around 50 dive sites & operate a fleet of fast boats, all with dedicated, experienced qualified captains. Additionally our full service travel centre based in KK Times Square, provides tailor-made tours at competitive rates throughout Sabah. Climbing Mt Kinabalu, land tours, wildlife adventure programs to the Kinabatangan River, Turtle Island, Danum Valley, Resorts and Hotel Accommodation. Upon contact our travel-consultants will share their expertise based on many years of experience overseen by our directors. Our TC's will support you through the booking process be in contact during your visit ensuring all arrangements run smoothly. We are committed to appreciation & conservation of our environment & local people.
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Alfred-Ritter-Str. 27, 71111 Waldenbuch, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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Reviewed December 16, 2017 via mobile

This is such a cute museum to take the kids to. They have a small exhibition upstairs, which guides you through the history of Ritter Sport and the art of chocolate making. They have a workshop that your kids can sign up for online, to...More

Thank Tracy B
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Reviewed November 21, 2017 via mobile

We went to this huge chocolate store right after lunch and grabbed a bunch of chocolate to bring back to people. And eat. Was reasonably priced and easy to deal with and they take visa etc

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Reviewed November 11, 2017

Our friends live nearby and we have visited on each of our last 4 trips. We enjoy the exhibition, the chocolate store and the restaurant. The chocolate shop is wonderfully overwhelming :-) We love to fill our suitcase to take chocolate home for friends and...More

Thank Jacalope
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Reviewed October 29, 2017 via mobile

Great trip. Museum for education and shop to stock up on all the chocolate goodness. Make sure you make the toy lorry go round in the museum for delicious treat!!!

Thank NateZebra
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Reviewed October 9, 2017 via mobile

Visiting the Chocoeexhibition is very interesting. Ritter Sport curated a fun, informative, and interesting exhibition. You can also find a very nice cafe at the same location, as well as the factory outlet shop. Pretty fun place :)

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Reviewed September 30, 2017

Take the tour to see how its all made. Nice café. Shop is quite large with a generous selection of chocolates, many not seen in Britain. Worth a visit if in the area.

Thank irj52
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Reviewed September 20, 2017 via mobile

This is a one and a half hour event. The history of Ritter sport is a walking tour and in both German and English. The store has every Ritter sport candies as well as prototypes candies and production errors. Great variety. The cafe. There is...More

Thank vaceodude
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Reviewed August 30, 2017 via mobile

Actually I liked the art museum more than the chocolate exhibition. It is informative but a bit more hands on stuff for the younger ones would be good. Cafe has interesting food (sweet pasta with chocolate) but service is slow.

Thank Shrinklady
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Reviewed April 24, 2017 via mobile

The chocolate shop and gift store are very nice with a very large selection of chocolates to choose from. The only thing that would help is samples of the chocolate. Several of them I had no idea if they were any good, so without trying...More

Thank wolf3728
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Reviewed April 23, 2017

Went to this place with my colleague to have a visit to the chocolate exhibition and shop. The chocolate exhibition was nice telling briefly about the history of cocoa and how chocolates are made. Saw a cocoa plant in the exhibition on the first floor....More

Thank Partha Pratim M
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