Pelit Chocolate Museum

OVERVIEW

Chocolate Museum

Istanbul has a chocolate museum and it is the only one Turkey. Located next to the Pelit Chocolate Factory, Pelit Chocolate Museum is one of the most popular museums in Istanbul despite of its far location, Esenyurt.

The museum opened its doors in 2013 and takes you on an adventure starting with the history of chocolate-making. Make sure to see the hundreds of objects made from chocolate including Hagia Sophia, Galata Tower, Leander’s Tower, and even a chocolate village! In addition, there is a small chocolate workshop for children. It is believed that more than three tons of chocolate were used in making of the museum and do not miss this unique museum that is not only for children, but also for adults!

Location of the Pelit Chocolate Museum and how to get there?

Pelit Chocolate Museum is located next to Pelit Chocolate Factory in Esenyurt industrial zone that is approximately 30 km far from İstanbul city center (Sultanahmet and Taksim). The only way to get to the museum is either taxi or private car. Closest public transportation station to Pelit Chocolate Museum is Beylikdüzü metrobus stop.

Visitor information about the Pelit Chocolate Museum

Pelit Chocolate Museum is open everyday except Sundays between 10am and 4pm. The entrance fee is 25 Turkish Lira and children below five years old enter for free.

DISTRICT
Esenyurt
VISITING HOURS
10:00 - 16:00
Closed on Sundays
ENTRANCE FEE
25 TL
Official WEBSITE

Avoid desserts before going to the museum because there are many chocolate tastings.

Founded in 2013, Pelit Chocolate Museum is the only chocolate museum in Turkey.