The past also comes to life through a selection of photographs that retrace the factory's history from its humble origins in 1898 right up to the 1960s. This journey through time brings memories to life.
Appetites whetted, visitors can then visit a specially designed shop which sells the entire range of Cailler of Switzerland chocolates.
Sensation, knowledge, discovery, pleasure: the original visitors' tour at the Broc chocolate factory has something for everyone.
SBB RailAway leisure shop
Combined offer: journey using public transport and leisure offer (also for existing tickets) to Maison Cailler - Chocolate Factory
Audiovisual guided tour of the Cailler chocolate factory and chocolate workshops in the Atelier du Chocolat
The interactive audiovisual tour shows the history and the various phases of the Cailler chocolate production in an entertaining way.
Interested visitors have the opportunity to produce their own creations in the chocolate workshop under the guidance of a Cailler chocolate maker. In the workshops one produces fine chocolates and experiments with bitter and sweet tastes and receives insight into the world of tempering, conching, and of the ganache. The visitors, of course, take home the chocolate they have produced. The Atelier du Chocolat offers weekly changing workshops.
Number of participants: 1-20
Languages: German, English, French, Italian
What train could we take from Montreux? How long is the train ride? Is there kosher chocolate? Thank you.
Is it possible to take get to the tour on our own? We were looking at taking the 'Chocolate Train' but would like to make our own way. Are buses/trains available to get from Montreux to the factory? Thank you, Sarah
Yes ;) Opening hours: 7 days a week (except Dec 25th and Jan 1st ) From Apr 1st to Oct 31st, nonstop from 10am to 6pm From Nov 1st to Mar 31st, nonstop from 10am to 5 pm Last show: starts 1 hour before the closing A visit takes about 1h15 to 1h30
does the factory open on Sunday?