Eat chocolate in York

York, North Yorkshire

The city that was once host to a Roman emperor, Viking warriors and Saxons also proudly revels in its long history with the cocoa bean, which dates back to the early 18th century.

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In the birthplace of both Rowntree’s and Terry’s of York, the best place to begin your chocolate-fuelled journey is at York’s newest chocolate-themed attraction, CHOCOLATE – York’s Sweet Story, filled chock-a-block with cocoa history, local chocolate-making secrets and delicious sweet treats to try along the way.

Afterwards, move on to York Cocoa House to indulge in a chocolate-themed afternoon tea. If you can fit anymore in, Monk Bar Chocolatiers on The Shambles is York’s oldest artisan chocolatiers, selling chocolates moulded into everything from stilettos to swans.


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