Fountains are generally built to provide drinking water and lately is used as a piece of decoration or to celebrate builders in many countries around the world. Who would’ve thought to build a chocolate fountain, big enough for you to bathe in chocolate!
Imagine placing your self in “Lindt Chocolate Home” which is covered with interactive exhibitions on 65,000 square feet, a Chocoleteria and a lobby which has a huge fountain of chocolate. Isn’t it a dream come true? The fountain at the Lindt Home of Chocolate in Zurich is 30 feet tall and features 1,500 litres of real chocolate pouring down into a giant Lindor. The best part is it was unveiled with Roger Federer in attendance.
The Lindt Home of Chocolate museum is located in Zurich and cost 100million Swiss francs to build. Visitors in the museum is allowed to build their own chocolate treats in Chocoleteria which is not allowed in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. The museum also shows the process of chocolate making from cultivation to production, which can be very informative and also interesting for all ages!
The Lindt Home of Chocolate is a project of seven years, designed to perfection to complement that historic building and serve as a beacon to chocolate lovers everywhere. We recommend to not miss out on the ‘Praline Tasting Room’. Lindt cafe is also available in the museum to cleanse the palate and refuel for more exploring.
This is truly a paradise for anyone with a sweet tooth!