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It was great - really behind the scenes, and an authentic experience

It was an authentic experience to see how a real Parisian bakery operates. For my kids to be able to actually bake side by side with the bakers was wonderful. The only comment is my kids would have liked to do more of the actual baking.

Paris: 2.5-Hour Behind the Scenes Bakery Tour Reviewed by Dan, 10/27/2016

A unique and engaging experience for children and adults

5 children 2 Adults highly entertained for 2.5hrs doing something very French in the heart of Paris. Great fun, educational and nicely done.

Paris: 2.5-Hour Behind the Scenes Bakery Tour Reviewed by Elisabeth, 10/26/2016

David was an amazing guide to the best patisserie in Paris.

We got to get our hands (and clothes) covered in flour while on this behind the scene tour of Chez Manon in Paris. My husband is a pastry chef and wished to get many of his questions answered (he got his answers) by asking the pastry chefs and bread chef questions on oven temps and processes of how things were prepared. We even got to roll out our dough and get it baked in the oven. Nothing so delicious as fresh bagettes from the oven.

Paris: 2.5-Hour Behind the Scenes Bakery Tour Reviewed by Bonnie, 10/02/2016

Great museum, but don't buy tickets on this site

The museum was great, informative and lots of taste testings. Bought tickets on this site and brought the evoucher which they do not except. I was able to email it to them which was great, but I wish I would've bought the tickets there instead. paid $16 online not including the hot chocolate, tickets at the door are only 11€ and 3 more for the hot chocolate. so... pay at the door

Paris: Entrance Ticket to the Chocolate Museum Reviewed by Jessica, 08/26/2016

Interesting, delicious, informative, a gem of a museum.

A gem of a museum, suited to young children up to teenagers as well as adults. It's laid out in an accessible way and tells the history and some of the folk lore surrounding the production of chocolate. Along the way you can taste delicious samples, watch a short film and chocolate making demonstration also includes tasters. Friendly, approachable staff make the visit really enjoyable - they also spoke excellent English.

Paris: Entrance Ticket to the Chocolate Museum Reviewed by Lesley, 08/09/2016

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