Butlers Chocolate Experience
Treat the kids to an exciting trip to the Butlers Chocolate Experience.
The Butlers Chocolate Experience is the perfect day out for chocolate lovers of all ages and promises to put a smile on the faces of your little ones during the summer holidays.
On arrival, visitors will dress like a real-life Butlers chocolatier and gather to watch the chocolate movie, learning about the fascinating origins of the cocoa bean and the history of Butlers, accompanied by delicious chocolate treats. With an expert guide, the budding chocolatiers will explore the interactive museum and step out on the Chocolate Gallery to see the Butlers 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 or refreshingly chilled cold brew and sweet treat from the onsite Butlers Chocolate Café is a must, or why not bring a packed lunch and soak up the rays in our picnic area.
Butlers Chocolate Experience entry must be booked in advance and is priced at €13.50 per person. Entry includes; the Chocolate movie, Chocolate Museum, Chocolate Gallery and Chocolate Experience room. Special family rates available. Butlers Chocolate Experience is easy to access – just 5 minutes from the M50/M1 junction near the airport.
Tours run daily at 10.00, 12.00 and 15.30, Monday to Saturday (times may be subject to change and availability) Pre-booking is essential. Book online at www.butlerschocolates.com/book to save 5% on entry or call 01 6710599
Tricks and Treats at the Butlers Chocolate Experience this Hallowe’en!
Eat, drink, and be scary, Saturday 26th to Thursday 31st October inclusive
With schools out and ghouls out for Hallowe’en mid-term, the Butlers Chocolates Factory Tour in Dublin has a spooktacular experience for chocolate lovers of all ages.
The bewitching chocolate factory tour promises to be hauntingly good fun for all the family and all the ghouls and gals can wear their scariest Hallowe’en costumes for the chance to win a fabulous prize each day.
Butlers ‘boo’tiful white witches and skeleton staff will escort the tour, introducing the Butlers Chocolate Movie and the interactive Chocolate Museum. Just like a school for spooks, visitors learn where chocolate comes from and how it was discovered, as well as seeing how exactly their favourite chocolates are made in a real working chocolate factory.
In the Experience Room, as if by magic, Butlers chocolatiers demonstrate how they produce all the delicious chocolates and sweet treats. And, everyone can decorate their own chocolate pumpkin to bring home as a tasty souvenir.
Afterwards, it’s eat, drink and be scary in the onsite Butlers Chocolate Café to enjoy a decadent Butlers’ award-winning hot chocolate or indulgent sweet treat.
The Butlers Chocolate Experience costs €14.25 per person when booked online and includes entry to the Chocolate Movie, the interactive Chocolate Museum, the Chocolate Gallery and the hands-on Chocolate Experience room, with lots of tasty chocolate treats throughout.
Pre-booking online is essential for Hallowe’en; and a family ticket is great value at €52.25 with children under the age of 3 admitted free!
One of the best family days out this Hallowe’en, a visit to the Butlers Chocolate Experience is educational, informative, just a little bit spooky, and most of all, great fun!
The tour lasts about an hour and a half and the Butlers Chocolate Experience is very accessible in Clonshaugh Business Park, just 6 km from Dublin city centre and 5 minutes from the M50/M1 junction. There is plenty of complimentary onsite parking and the building is fully accessible.
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.
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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. ”