Hershey’s Chocolate World is mostly automated, except for the part where you give a real-life clerk money for all the candy you are tempted to buy.
And it’s mostly free, except for the part where you buy the tempting candy …
Or if you do anything extra – which we did.
We went to the chocolate tasting lesson – which was sort of, semi-interesting.
And we made our own candy bars which was fun (and I still have the medal box that the candy bar came in), but like the pretzel factory, we didn’t really touch the chocolate! Just designed what we wanted in the bar and our label and then watched our automated chocolate go through some automated machines. I’m sort of get-the-whole-experience-type of person and automated doesn’t do it for me. Sorry.
KID FACTOR: Little kids would like this. Big kids would like the massive displays of chocolate. But I’m thinking the amusement park (which we didn’t go to) would be a lot more exciting to both.