In 2018, the Rausch House of Chocolate celebrated its 100th anniversary with a refurbishment. Today, you can explore the world of the best in fine chocolate on three floors. In particular, visitors who are hard of hearing or partially sighted may especially enjoy the audio and visual elements in the Plantagenwelt (Plantation World) exhibition on the origin of fine flavour cocoa.
People with guide dogs are also welcome at the Rausch House of Chocolate.
All ground floor rooms for visitors meet the Tourism for All quality criteria for wheelchair accessibility, as does the Rausch Chocolate Café on the second floor. In the café, chocolate fans can find everything they love, including fresh handmade truffles and pralines – with a great view of the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt square as the cherry on the cake!
The ground floor has chocolate in all shapes and flavours, as well as coffee specialities and deli snacks and sweet treats to go.
Easy to reach
- The Rausch Schokoladenhaus has no accessible parking spaces
- U-Bahn (tube) station: U2 Stadtmitte
- Approx. 15 mins walk from Friedrichstrasse S-Bahn (city railway) station
- Approx. 10 mins walk from Checkpoint Charlie