Lindt Home of Chocolate Tickets | Zurich

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Lindt Home of Chocolate Tickets highlights

  • Visit the Lindt Home of Chocolate to fulfil your dream of being surrounded by chocolate and learn about the history & evolution of the world’s favourite dessert.

  • Marvel at the 9-metre-tall chocolate fountain, which is made with over 1,500 kilograms of chocolate, and flows continuously.

  • Learn about Lindt's chocolate-making process and the brand's heritage as you explore the interactive chocolate museum.

  • Explore the largest Lindt Chocolate Shop in the world, spread over an area of 500 square metres, and shop from an extensive selection of Lindt products, including exclusive and limited-edition chocolates

  •  Reserve your spot by booking last-minute entrance tickets for this otherwise sold-out attraction.

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Lindt Home of Chocolate
Timings: 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM


Lindt Home of Chocolate
Schokoladenplatz 1, Seestrasse 204, 8802 Kilchberg, Switzerland

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  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellation is made within 1 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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About Lindt Home of Chocolate

Financed by the Lindt Chocolate Competence Foundation, the ‘Lindt Home of Chocolate’ is the playground of the renowned Master Chocolatiers. Here, you can immerse yourself into the fascinating world of chocolate. The facility boasts of a research plant with an open-view production line. This chocolate heaven also features a 1500 square metres exhibition that takes visitors on a journey into the world of chocolate. You can also explore the largest Lindt shop in the world, look at the cascading chocolate fountain, and go on an interactive tour through the history of chocolate.

About the Lindt Home of Chocolate Tickets:

  • Enjoy an interactive tour of the famous chocolate museum in Switzerland and get to know facts about the chocolate.
  • Look at the centrepiece of the Lindt Home of Chocolate, the 9-metre-tall chocolate fountain made of 1,500 kg of real chocolate.
  • Explore the exhibits at the museum and learn about the history of chocolate, the cocoa bean, and the chocolate-making process while listening to the audio guide. 
  • Visit the on-site chocolate shop, with an extensive selection of Lindt products, from classic favourites to exclusive and limited-edition chocolates.
  • Taste the different flavours and textures of Lindt chocolate on a chocolate-tasting tour. 
  • You can also learn how to temper chocolate, create your own truffles, and decorate your masterpieces. 

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The location is 7.7 km away from the Zurich city centre. You can reach the location in 15-20 minutes by car via Route 3.

Lindt Home of Chocolate Tickets faqs

What is Lindt home of chocolate famous for?

Spanning over 65,000 square feet and home to the biggest ‘chocolate fountain’ in the world, which reaches up to 30 feet, Lindt's home of Chocolate is a paradise for all chocolate lovers. With a multimedia museum, chocolate recipes, courses, and the biggest chocolate shop in the world, Lindt Home of chocolate is known for its state-of-art experience. Prebook the Lindt museum tickets for a hassle-free experience.

What to do at Lindt home of chocolate museum tour?

Typically, a tour at the Lindt home of chocolate lasts for about 90 minutes and you can book a tour according to your preferences. You can also learn about the exciting and rather interesting history of chocolate, which began as a cult drink of the Mayan only to end up being chocolate for the rest of the world. With tasting centres filled with the finest of swiss chocolate and the best pralines, Lindt Master Chocolatiers will keep your tastebuds moving. You can also get the opportunity to taste the ingredients and preliminary products used during chocolate production.

How long does the Lindt museum tour take?

The entire activity takes up to about 2-3 hours, within which, the tour itself is 90 minutes long. Since there are a lot of activities to take part in in the Lindt Home of Chocolate, you might want to plan accordingly to manage your time, booking of Lindt museum tickets and further itinerary accordingly.

Can we see the chocolate making on the Lindt museum tour?

The Lindt museum tour offers more than just seeing the chocolate-making process, for you can not only see but experience, learn, and even make your chocolate. A giant pilot plant, inevitably the center of attraction, allows the visitors to view the live chocolate-making process in an extremely refined manner. This plant is not only a first-of-its-kind futuristic chocolate plant but also serves as a dedicated research facility.

What is the best time to visit Zurich?

Since Zurich is cold throughout the year, summer which typically falls between June to August is the best time to visit Zurich. With an average temperature of around 21 degrees celsius, the atmosphere is cozy and warm and the evenings are cool and breezy. Summer is also the peak tourist season.

What are the other things to do in Switzerland other than the Lindt Museum tour?

Some other activities that you can engage in Switzerland are:

-Jungfrau: For a captivating and mesmerizing experience of snow-filled mountains, Jungfrau offers outdoor snow activities, an Ice palace, an Alpine sensation, and shopping. 

-Titlis: Ascend on the world’s first revolving cable car, offering a 360-degree view of the magnificent surroundings, known as the Titlis Rotair on Mount Titlis. Moreover, the Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe’s highest suspension bridge, awaits you once you reach the summit. 

-Grindelwald First: With an alluring view of the Alps and a pristine lake that goes by the name, Lake Bachalpsee, Grindelwald First offers adventure activities such as Mountain carts, Trotti bikes, first flier, and first glider.

-Pilatus: The world’s steepest cogwheel railway station, also known as the Mountain of Dragons, lies at the end of your beautiful train ride included in the Lindt chocolate museum tickets. Standing at a height of about 2128 meters, Pilatus offers many exciting activities. Legend has it that dragons with healing powers inhabit the mountain.