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The Chocolate Festival is a truly unique event that allows visitors a chance to sample a wide range of chocolate related products. It is a celebration of everything about chocolate. It gives visitors a chance to learn more about chocolate including how it is made and how the art of growing and producing chocolate has changed over the years.
Whilst the exact details and timings of the festival are yet to be released, The Chocolate Festival will feature a mixture of talks, demonstrations and of course plenty of chance to try a lot of chocolate. Many of the leading chocolate makers from up and down the country will be at the festival.
Admission to the event is free. For more information about The Chocolate Festival or Brighton, please contact Brighton Visitor Centre.
It is relatively easy to reach the Chocolate Festival, located right in the city centre. The Royal Pavilion is approximately 10 minutes walk from Brighton train station. There are regular trains and coaches that arrive in Brighton from London, the South East and sometimes the Midlands.
For those travelling from further a field, staying in a hotel in Brighton can provide the place to relax before and after the festival, with many situated within close distance of the Chocolate Festival.