Drawing in visitors of all ages, color and taste is the wonderful Hershey's Chocolate World. This place is mainly a ... More
Hershey's Chocolate World
Drawing in visitors of all ages, color and taste is the wonderful Hershey's Chocolate World. This place is mainly a visitor's center that includes a variety of attractions, features and events that make it different from any old boring information center. It forms a part of the bigger entertainment complex including the Hersheypark , the museum and the Giant Center . The Hershey Chocolate World takes you in to the hidden world of chocolate and the wonderful factory that churns out the many yummy chocolate bars and treats, and the infamous Hershey's Kisses. Kids and adults will love the tours, interactive sessions and the animated musical extravaganza; the Really Big 3-D Show. Enjoy the many fun activities and events that go on at this center. The timings of the center as well as the tours vary with the season and on special holidays, so make sure you call ahead for details or take a look at their website.
We absolutely loved the Santa Breakfast at Chocolate World! Our 3-year-old son loved the Hershey characters walking around, the kid-friendly breakfast, meeting Santa & Mrs. Claus, the 3-D movie, and other interactive activities. It was a long drive for us, but we thought it was well worth it and plan to come again next year. They did such a good job with the family picture with Santa & Mrs. Claus, that we will pass on other professional Christmas pictures next year and just purchase these.
Just watched the "Justice At Hersheys" video on YouTube.
If there are any Christians in your management positions ... you know -- wearing crosses, sporting fish symbols on bumpers or desktops ... how can you participate in this???
My family was so looking forward to the chocolate capital of the world. Everything there was so overpriced. The quick tour through the made up factory was cute and free, other than that they gouged you. Bags of candy that were more expensive than your local store, a chocolate tasting that gave you 5 miniature candy bars for ten bucks, and a tour of Hershey that showed you very little for more money. If you have money to give away, this is the place for you.
We have done this for 3 years. -2 adults, one child who is 9 this year- We do breakfast with Santa on Sunday and it is well worth the money. My husband says it's the only reason he goes every year :o) We do the chocolate tour rides about a dozen times. The 3D show is included w/ breakfast, but we do it twice also. When you see it with the breakfast package there is a little bit more at the end of the show.
The park is cheaper and has a Christmas show included in the price. We go Saturday night at 8pm, (see the show at 9pm) and then you get in the next day free. Some of the rides are open and they even sell dipping dots! You can visit the reindeer and do a small train ride.
The trolley is a must, but only if you are a Christmas person. They do a lot of caroling.
The hot chocloate is amazing and it's just not the same at home.
The chocolate and the gifts are a little pricey. That's the only reason I gave the value a 4.
We have also gone to the Sweet lights and might go back this year. They are only lights, but it is pretty and takes forever as it is a long ride through them :o)
Took my 3 1/2 year old for her first ride through the Chocolate World. Went on a Thursday and it wasn't crowded at all. We were immediately seated on the ride, which we all enjoyed. She was happy to be handled a piece of chocolate at the end. A lot of fun!
Me, my husband, and our two children (10 and 5 years old) , went to Hershey World, on Easter day. It was great. I loved that everything was right there in that same building. And though , all together expensive, you could pick and choose what experiences you wanted to do.
The 3D show is a MUST for all!!
The chocolate tasteing was ok. It was Educational for Our 10 year old who learned alot from it, but our 5 year old couldnt sit quiet long enough and didnt really care, just wanted to eat the candy all at once.
The Free tour was a great little ride , both kids loved it and the line to get to it, though packed, moved very fast!
The trolly was VERY well educational, BUT both kids fell asleep because it was the last event there that we did, and it was alot of history and talk given. Though our kids were asleep for the most part, cause it was a hour long, me and my husband got alot out of it, the understanding and history of Hershey, and it made us really glad we choose that town for our vacation.
I enjoyed the little tour, I thought it was cute. I don't recommend it for couples, I went with my boyfriend and I immediately felt like we should have brought kids. I think the tour should look more realistic!!! I was thinking willy wonka and chocolate factory before we went, and it wasn't have as axciting as that movie.
First of all the tour is FREE! My family and I went on a Saturday morning and the line moved very quickly. I tour was interesting and we all had a great time. The lobby is so beautiful and clean and the employees were friendly. I would suggest doing the tour before a day at the park.
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