Chocolate Warehouse Chocolate Warehouse Mulcahy Keane Ind. Est., Greenhills Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12 Dublin Heritage/Visitor Centre

Chocolate Warehouse

For a great Birthday Party or Family Experience, the Chocolate Warehouse is a world of pure imagination where they're celebrating over 13 years of Chocolate Workshops.

Ireland’s original and best Chocolate Workshops opened in 2001 and is proudly managed by Natasha Caffrey (Grand Daughter of the late Thomas Caffrey known as The Irish “Willy Wonka”).

Caffreys Confectionery’s legendary Snowballs, Big Time bars, Macaroon bars, Tea Cakes and lots more are all available at the Chocolate Warehouse shop.

Come and enjoy the magic, mystique and the wonder of chocolate making. The Chocolate Warehouse is a unique venue where visitors discover the history and joy of chocolate - with hands on working experience provided.

The subject of Chocolate covers so many topics within the national curriculum from science to history, geography as well as stimulating the senses (especially the taste buds).
 


Special Offer for July & August 2018

€10 per person for the following dates/times.

  • July 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 18th & 19th @ 1pm and 2pm - 4pm
  • August 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 27th, 28th, 29th & 30th @ 1pm, 2pm - 4pm

Two Fabulous Hours!

The two hour event includes a 25 minute film explains in detail the story of chocolate and how the cocoa beans are grown and harvested. The film takes you on the journey of the cocoa beans from the Aztecs to the factory and the process the cocoa beans go through to get the chocolate that we recognize today.

Visitors are given a chocolate demonstration on how chocolates and Easter eggs are made. View the different machinery needed to make chocolate and the method of using a piping bag filled with chocolate.

As you would expect, the fun part is the "hands on" session. Visitors throw on aprons (like a true chocolatier) and start the business of coating chocolates, adding toppings and hand piping with white chocolate.

All participants decorate and package the chocolate to take home. At the end of each event we have a shorttable quiz. This is great fun!

Visitors learn a lot about the history of chocolate and how it is manufactured. Each visitor receives The Chocolate Warehouse Certificate giving each visitor a sense of achievement and the enthusiasm for future learning.


Parties

Celebrate your Birthday Party at the Chocolate Warehouse and create new memories


Booking Details

Book as an individual, family or group. The Chocolate Workshop is not just for children but also for grown ups. It is the age of the heart not the person that counts.


Admission

  • €12.50 per visitor
  • Family Tickets
  • 2 Adults & 2 children (under 12) €46
  • 2 Adults & 3 Children (under 12) €56
  • 2 Adults & 4 Children (under 12) €60

Prices include all materials supplied, products and gift packing used plus The Chocolate Warehouse Certificate. (Children 6yrs and older)

For School tour dates and times go to School Tours at www.chocolatewarehouse.ie

Must pre book: Call +353 1 4500080. E-mail:info@chocolatewarehouse.ie

Capacity: Up to 70 visitors per event.

Shop: A chocolate shop full of goodies open to all participants and the public. They ensure products for all price ranges.

Parking: Free parking for cars and buses.

Disabled Access

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My friends and I had a ball making chocolates, having a smelling test and receiving free chocolate ...FREE CHOCOLATE AS YOU ENTER !! nomnomnom We saw a movie about the history of the chocolate and learned so much about the production and the places were coco beans are from as well as the trees and the difference between chocolate making from now to back then with different types of moles :) it was so fun and we even received our own chocolate warehouse cert ! i would really reccommend this to everyone , if you have not went yet you should :)”
Posted by Ian Martin


Thanks to FunDays competition we had a family visit to the Chocolate Warehouse! Akin to a Santa Visit (without the queues:-)we liked the windows full of Easter novelty things to view on your way into the grotto, all made of chocolate of course. We were greeted by a very friendly Easer Bunny & presented with our eggs. In the workshop its wrapped & your own name in chocolate added - we would have liked if the kids were allowed to do this part themselves but you're kind of rushed along into the shop! It was fun, good for imagination to see what you can make with chocolate & sweets but the warehouse definitely have an opportunity to do lots more with it! ”
Posted by Pauline


I liked The choclate warehouse,i went there on a school trip with Scoil Iosagain.....it was very fun !”
Posted by Michael Molcalut