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Butlers Chocolate Experience

Butlers Chocolate Experience is a winning choice when it comes making special memories.

On arrival, visitors will dress like a real Butlers chocolatier and gather to watch the Butlers chocolate movie, learning about the fascinating origins of the cocoa bean and the history of Butlers, accompanied by delicious chocolate treats.

The intrepid chocolatiers will then explore the interactive museum and test their chocolate knowledge by filling in worksheets, picking up nuggets of chocolatey facts along the way. Then they will enjoy a fascinating panoramic vista of the Butlers Chocolates factory, savouring the sweet aroma as they discover the secrets of how Butlers Chocolates are created.

Finally, everyone gets to unleash their inner chocolatier in the Chocolate Experience room and decorate their own chocolate masterpiece to bring home as a treasured souvenir.

After the tour is finished, a well-earned coffee and sweet treat from the onsite Butlers Chocolate Café is a must have, or why not soak up the rays with an iced drink and refreshing snack in our picnic area.

There is something for everyone to enjoy at the Butlers Chocolate Experience; from the perfect family day out to birthday parties to romantic dates and everything in between.

Situated just five minutes from the M50/M1 junction, close to the Port Tunnel, Dublin Airport and Malahide. Plenty of complimentary car and coach parking on site.

Butlers Chocolate Experience Opening Hours

  • Monday to Saturday and Bank Holidays
  • Tour run at 10am, 12pm and 3.30pm
  • Pre-booking is essential
  • Times subject to change/availability
  • Tour last for 90 minutes


  • €13.50 per person
  • Special family rates available


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We loved our time at Butlers Chocolate Experience. I took my 3 boys (aged 7-9) on a rainy afternoon during the school holidays. Theres only quite a small number of visitors each tour which we liked as it felt more personal. The factory tour was a highlight - with a guide who spoke really interestingly about all the different parts of the production process. We also loved the chocolate experience room... I would highly recommend this tour. ”
Posted by Lucy Moriarty