Lindt Home of Chocolate

Visitors to the 1,500-sq-m exhibition at the Lindt Home of Chocolate near Zurich are welcomed via the world’s highest free-standing chocolate fountain and its powerful punch of aroma. 

Located at the headquarters of Lindt & Sprüngli in Kilchberg near Zurich, the Chocolate Tour was planned and designed by Atelier Brückner within the Lindt Home of Chocolate, a new building by Swiss architects Christ & Gantenbein comprising a research and development facility for recipes, production plant, shop, offices and exhibition space.


The 1,500-sq-m exhibition covers every aspect of chocolate from its origins, production methods and future, the latter looking at how artificial intelligence is influencing the way chocolate is made and whether carbon-neutral chocolate production is a possibility. Visitors receive a dramatic welcome in the foyer via the world’s highest free-standing chocolate fountain. At 9.3 metres tall, the structure circulates 1,000 litres of liquid chocolate between a floating wire whisk and a Lindor ball beneath. Sending the aroma of chocolate into the air, it sets the stage for the multisensory experience to follow.

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21st October 2020

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