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Summer Family Chocolate Experiences

3 Main Street, Castlerock, County Derry, BT51 4RA
group of adults at wooden tables using mixing bowls
  • group of adults at wooden tables using mixing bowls
  • Person in foreground using chocolate in piping bag watched by two adult participants
  • Two young people dropping chocolate pieces into a glass bowl

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Explore the wonderful world of chocolate with a Family Experience at The Chocolate Manor. Designed to ensure that everyone gets to make their chocolate dreams come true, this exclusive 90 minute family experience is suitable for groups of 4 participants and up, with children and young people aged 5 to 17 years old.


Every member of the family will make a selection of chocolate creations, ranging from lollipops, chocolate pizzas and personalised chocolate bars to moulded chocolates and filled/flavoured bars for the adults. Enjoy a hot chocolate whilst they share the mysterious story of where chocolate comes from and touch, see and smell real cocoa beans and a cocoa pod from Africa.

You can also 'design your own chocolate postcard' – upload a design/photo or use their design tool to create the ultimate personalised bar. Send in your design when you book and it will be ready for you to create in chocolate on the day.

Take your chocolate goodies home and there is also a voucher for your family for 10% off purchases in the Chocolate Shop too.
They will provide all you need to make your chocolates. If you wish you can bring your own apron and a container to bring home your handmade goodies, although they will provide aprons and bags/boxes if you need them.

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Opening Times

Season (1 July 2022 - 25 Aug 2022)
DayTimes
Monday - WednesdayClosed
Thursday11:30 - 13:00
Friday - SundayClosed

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