Nidar - the museum of chocolate

Nidar - the museum of chocolate

Nidar Chocolate Museum - The cutest, sweetest museum in Norway! Lovers of sweet treats will hardly resist the delicious snacks of chocolate from the Nidar Museum! The Nidar chocolate factory has a long history and is important in Norwegian culture. Due to a long tradition, the Nidar company has its own museum. It is one of the largest distributors of sweets and is part of the Orkla group. It was founded in 1912 in Trondheim and to this day its headquarters are there.

You will be delighted with this sweet museum, many of you will be reminded of childhood, you will remember your grandmother's boxes for sweets and good things from the period when you were little. We can say that at the exhibition full of sweets you will experience a sweet journey of memories, you will probably be a little nostalgic for the time that was evoked in Nidar. The walls are covered with old advertising posters, and the shelves are flooded with colorful candies, antique chocolate boxes and candy wrappers.
The Nidar factory sold sweets for over a billion Norwegian kroner in 2003, with about 600 employees.

Nidar produces chocolate, candies, various sugar products, marzipan and pastilles, and also distributes Wrigley chewing gum and other various sweets on the Norwegian market.

Admission to the museum is free.

Museum working hours
Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 6pm
Saturdays from 10am to 3pm

Author of the text:

Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
Contact: [email protected]; instagram: travel_europe1

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