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The Best Chocolate Shops in Orlando

Calling all chocolate lovers … Here’s a list of our favorite chocolate places to Go PLAY with your family in Orlando.

1. Chocolate Kingdom
Take the factory adventure tour through the history of chocolate, try a chocolate drink (how it was originally enjoyed) then make your very own chocolate bar. A must-do for all Orlandoans! 

Chocolate Kingdom | Photo: Amy Smith Photography

2. Peterbrooke Chocolatier
With two locations in Winter Park and Lake Mary, this sweet shop features specialties like chocolate-covered cookies, pretzels, popcorn and strawberries are hand-dipped daily with Peterbrooke’s own unique blend of milk chocolate. Plus, Peterbrooke has got busy parents covered with chocolate summer camps and chocolate birthday parties for kids.

Peterbrooke Chocolatier Camp

3. The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen
With its Steampunk theme, you’ll experience a one-of-a-kind dining experience at Universal CityWalk Orlando. It features a full menu but save room for dessert – this chocolate-inspired restaurant features over-the-top sweets and milkshakes. And don’t forget to stop by the gift shop!

Toothsome Chocolate Emporium at Universal CityWalk Orlando

4. Maitland Chocolate Factory 
Looking for a sweet gift?  You’ve got to check out this handmade, full-service chocolate gift factory with locations in Maitland and inside Altamonte Mall. You’ll also find them around town with their chocolate food “truck.” Check their Facebook to see were they’ll be next.

Maitland Chocolate Factory Chocolate Food Truck

5. Chocolate Museum & Café
Located on I-Drive, this chocolate museum features 25 solid chocolate sculptures of some of the world’s most recognizable landmarks. You will also learn about the history of chocolate, see some antique machinery used to make chocolate and sample some of the finest chocolates around the world. After your tour, stop by the café to enjoy delectable drinks, sweets & bites!

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