Swiss chocolate museum

This item appears on page 60 of the July 2018 issue.

Swiss chocolatier Camille Bloch, makers of the Ragusa and Torino brands of chocolates, opened a visitor center and museum at its factory in Courtelary, Switzerland, in October 2017.

Visitors to CHEZ Camille Bloch (Grand-Rue 21, 2608 Courtelary, Switzerland; phone +41 32 945 13 13, can take the discovery tour and learn about the company, from its founding in 1929 to the present, and its products. Included are interactive chocolate experiences and the chance to sample items. 

At the Atelier, guests work with a chocolate chef for one hour to make their own creations.

Open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Tues.-Fri. and 10-5 Sat.-Sun. CHF15 (near $15) adult or CHF8 child (6-16). The Atelier course costs an extra CHF29.