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We enjoyed our little stop here. A very friendly member of staff welcomed us and told us about the little marzipan gallery downstairs. We had look round and then she gave us tastes of 3 different types of marzipan - there was no pressure to...More
We love chocolate and marzipan as a family. This was a great place to stop and take photos and get samples. They even let you sit and (for a modest fee) paint and decorate your own marzipan dessert. Big hit with family to close out...More
The best before date marked on the cellophane cover of the marzipan figure bought six weeks ago at Kalev in Tallinn grows ever nearer. To eat it, or to keep it for our own museum of momentoes of our travels? It survived a journey through...More
I love marzipan and I love chocolate, so this was a no-brainer, right? Wrong!!! I wish we hadn't bothered. Upon entrance we found a woman sitting at one end of the counter, painting little marzipan figures. I complimented her work but she neither responded nor...More
I think it was my own fault for seeing a Marzipahn museum on the map, and with it being my favorite candy, I got very excited. Don't get me wrong, it's cute, and worth a quick glance, but I expected more. Loved all the traditional...More
This place has an unique charm, but nor the personnel, nor the cakes can match with the expectations. We had a coffee here and tried a local chocolate-bar, but none of them was anything special. However the place has lovely mood, it feels good just...More
called into this museum in early December 2017 as it sounded interesting. wasnt much to see. just a small shop and a small marzipan painting area. theres an old cafe attached to it, which was busy. overall okay, unless you are into marzipan.
Enjoyed watching three seconds of an artist hand painting marzipan in the corner and another five seconds admiring the figures on display. Enjoyed being told by my private tour guide that the molds used today are even still sometimes more than 100 years old. Enjoyed...More