Chocolate Museum - the most important information

The Chocolate Museum in Belgrade opened in February 2020, which makes it one of the youngest museums in Belgrade. It was founded by Nenad Radulovic and his wife, and you can learn the complete history of chocolate in it, as well as some interesting facts about it.

Chocolate Museum exhibition
In the Museum you can see four rooms, each of which represents a period in the development of chocolate:
  • Rainforest - the first room is the place where cocoa was discovered - South America, so it is arranged as a rainforest. In it, among other things, you can see the fruit of cocoa from which the chocolate is made.
  • Europe - the second room is decorated in the style of Europe and is dedicated to the arrival of cocoa in it. In it you can see the exhibits that were used in the early period for processing cocoa and making chocolate, as well as to learn more about the history of that period.
  • Serbia - in the third room there are exhibits from the history of our country.
  • Fashion room - in the fourth, last room, you can see items made of chocolate that are edible.
Opening hours and ticket prices
  • The museum is open to visitors from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. The tour is organized in groups that change every hour.
  • The price of a ticket without making chocolate for adults is 600 dinars, and for children from 5 to 12 years old is 400 dinars.
  • The price of a ticket with making chocolate for adults is 1200 dinars, and for children from 5 to 12 years old is 900 dinars.
How to get to the Chocolate Museum?
  • On foot from Kneza Mihaila along Pariska Street to Tadeusa Koscuska.
  • By trams 2 and 11, Kalemegdan station from where you go to Tadeusa Koscuska Street.
  • By taxi - we recommend Pink Taxi 19803, Belgrade Taxi 19801 and Naxis Taxi 19804.


Type of Attractions
  • Brige
  • Museum


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