York’s famous for its chocolate history, and there are some great ways for visitors to find out more about the city’s sweet past, present and future. From attractions to chocolate cafes and children’s trails, there’s something for every taste and this is our pick of the best chocolate experiences in York for families. York’s Chocolate
The former home of Noel Goddard Terry, from the famous York chocolate-making Terry family, has recently opened to the public thanks to the National Trust. Selected rooms are open to wander around and helpful guides help bring them to life (and give a bit of insight into York’s chocolate history). It’s smaller than many National
York Cocoa House is a city centre café, shop and chocolate school. You can pop in and watch the chocolatiers at work, take a break from shopping for a hot chocolate or a chocolate-inspired lunch, or drop into one of the regular workshops. The chocolate lollipop making session, for example, is ideal for little ones.