World of Chocolate (Mundo de Chocolate)
A visit to Mundo de Chocolate typically begins with a self-guided tour of chocolate landmarks that represent different parts of the world. Highlights include the Statue of Liberty, Christ the Redeemer, the pyramids of Egypt, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. Chocolate tastings are available throughout the park, while a chocolate-making workshop in the factory provides a hands-on experience. During the peak summer season, Mundo de Chocolate can attract large crowds, so opt for a skip-the-line ticket if you’re visiting then.
Things to Know Before You Go
World of Chocolate is a must-visit attraction for families and travelers with a sweet tooth.
A souvenir shop and restaurant serving sweet treats and classic Brazilian dishes and snacks such as cheese bread are on-site.
Photography is prohibited in the room of giant replicas, as photographs are for sale (at a steep price).
The park is both wheelchair- and stroller-accessible.
How to Get There
Mundo de Chocolate is located on Avenida Borges de Medeiros in the center of Gramado. The hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus stops near the museum, while other top Gramado attractions, including Lago Negro, are within walking distance of the museum.
When to Get There
The museum is open daily from morning until evening, with slightly longer hours on Saturday. Visit in the morning or afternoon midweek for the most peaceful experience, especially during the peak summer season.
Family Fun in Gramado
Mundo de Chocolate is one of many family-friendly attractions in Gramado, which is considered one of the best destinations to travel to in Brazil with kids. Top attractions include the Gramado Zoo; Santa’s Village, an amusement park with Christmas-themed rides; the Alpine-themed village Snowland; and Florybal Magic Park Land, which boasts a 7D theater.