Surely there is no better way to encourage a child’s enthusiasm for museums, than to take them to one filled with their favourite treat. The Musee du Chocolat in Paris offers an unforgettable interactive experience starting with a journey into history to discover how chocolate was first invented and what it was used for. Meet the resident chocolatiers and watch them whip up batches of delicious smelling confectionary all day long. Of course, there are plenty of samples for eager hands and you can even create your own chocolate in one of the kids’ chocolate workshops. To top it all off take a look at the artwork made entirely from the good stuff; one chocolate sculpture is three metres high and weighs over 200kg!