Delving into city's past has never been so delicious
Chocolate!, M shed Saturday, February 2 until Monday, May 6. Adults £5/concs £4/children £3 (under five years free)/family tickets £10.
Take a tasty trip down memory lane at M shed's much-anticipated Chocolate! exhibition, opening on Saturday.
This golden ticket family exhibition explores the history, mystery, magic and science of one of Bristol's (and the world's) favourite products – chocolate.
Unwrap the stories of those who made the confectionery in the city over the past 250 years, find out why it's just so moreish, and remember the brands from years gone by.
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Hosted at M shed, Bristol's flagship museum dedicated to telling the amazing history of the city, this promises to be Bristol's tastiest exhibition of the year.
Among the special highlights, families will be able to view more than 500 objects from the museum's collections, which date back to 1729, see the last Fry's Chocolate bar and final box of Elizabeth Shaw Mint Crisp chocolates, and discover how chocolate was once a medical remedy.
Those of a certain age can get nostalgic and rediscover long-forgotten brands, while youngsters can get interactive by designing and making their own chocolate box.
You can also find out what it was like to work in a chocolate factory and enjoy a multi-sensory experience with working machinery, scrummy smells and items to touch.
The exhibition is also supported by numerous chocolate themed events, listed below.
It's enough to make your mouth water, which is why M shed is offering each visitor a free chocolate.