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Chocolate House Greenwich

This Easter, discover the history and irresistible appeal of chocolate at the Old Royal Naval College with the launch of their new immersive exhibition, Chocolate House Greenwich. The 18th Century was hot chocolate’s heyday and visitors can now step back in time to discover its key role in the revival of Greenwich and experience a recreation of Grace and Thomas Tosier’s famous ‘royal’ Chocolate House.

From its origins in Central America to becoming the mark of sophistication for London’s Enlightenment-era movers and shakers, the journey of chocolate and its impact on Georgian Greenwich society is traced in this new exhibition. Discover the complex history of chocolate, and its surprising role at the heart of new cultural and scientific conversations at the time.
Fri 29 Mar (Good Friday) - Sun 3 Nov

£3 or included in the Painted Hall general admission
Visitor Centre, Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, Greenwich, London SE10 9NN
Fri 29 Mar to Sun 19 May
Contact telephone: +44 (0)20 8269 4747 Call to check latest times or cancellations.

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