The Museum of Chocolate is one of the most important tourist destinations in Istanbul and is a favorite destination for the tourists of the city of Stenbol and the families in particular.

The chocolate museum is located within the Pelit Chocolate Factory on an area of ​​25,000 m2 and consists of 4 main halls with chocolate models and models.

When visitors enter the museum, they take information from local officials, discover cocoa beans, and learn about the stages of making chocolate and the designs in the museum.

The first hall features houses and trees made of chocolate, and there are animal statues and landscapes in different colors. One of the things that attracts the attention of the chocolate museum is hot chocolate flowing from the chocolate fountain, as well as pictures of the story of chocolate.

In the second hall, the city's landmarks are decorated with chocolate, such as the symbol of the conquest of Constantinople, the Hagia Sophia, Sultanahmet Mosque and the Tower of the Girl.

The third hall offers the structures and figures of famous Turkish, Ottoman and international figures such as Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Jalaluddin Roumi, Sultan Mohamed El Fateh and Albert Einstein.

The fourth hall is reserved for children, where they display the figures of dolls and popular cartoon characters such as Alsnavr and snow white and dwarves and others.

The museum overlooks the chocolate factory from the inside, and visitors can see the chefs making and making chocolate in different shapes and types. The museum offers factory products for visitors to buy at low prices. As well as the purchase of souvenirs including the cut-outs of the Istanbul landmarks made of chocolate or get some of the products of the chocolate factory in Istanbul.