Chocolate: The Exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum
Asides from flowers and stuffed animals, chocolates are staple gifts during Valentine’s day. And with February 14 just being a week away, why not take a trip to the San Diego Natural History Museum for Chocolate: The Exhibition for a Valentine’s date night?
Chocolate: The Exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum would be a great place to go to celebrate Valentine’s day with either your lover, family or friends. Highlights of the exhibition comprise facts about the cacao tree, the history of chocolate, how it is manufactured, and much more.
During February 14, all exhibits of the San Diego Natural History Museum, including Chocolate: The Exhibition, will be open until 9 PM. At 7 PM, you can watch on the giant-screen theater a special screening of a film very fitting for the occasion, Chocolat (2000).
In addition, you can also visit the Chocolate: The Exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum on February 24, 2013 for a post-valentine celebration. This is because you’ll get the opportunity to taste gourmet chocolates by Dallmann Chocolate Boutique, Eclipse Chocolate and David Bacco Chocolatier. Join in the fun by asking questions to these chocolatiers and buy their products in the museum shop afterwards.
For more information and ticket prices, kindly visit the official page of the Chocolate: The Exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum. If you want a fun, knowledge filled and unique way to spend your Valentine’s day, then this exhibit is for you.
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