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Exciting the senses with chocolate
The Chocolate Coated History exhibition is a unique chocolate adventure featuring mouth-watering displays that depict all things chocolate. You will see the historical timeline of chocolate. You will learn weird and wonderful facts about chocolate. You will enjoy many fun chocolate related activities. A chocolate buffet and a gift shop will also be available.
Do you agree that everything is better when dipped in chocolate? Is hot chocolate really like a hug from the inside? Would it be true that 90% of people say they love chocolate but the other 10% are probably lying? Which bars have been most influential? Which country consumes the most chocolate per person per year? What did chocolate mean to Adelaideans from the 1860s to the 1940s?
It will be informative yet intriguing and fun with plenty to see, much to think about and lots to do.
The exhibition will be held from Wednesday the 17th to Sunday the 21st of May 2017 at the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum between 10am and 2pm each day. Entry is $5 for adults and $4 for concessions. Bookings are not required.