The Cologne Chocolate Museum is located in the River Rhine - on a peninsula, between the Deutzer and Severin bridges, at the tip of the modern Rheinauhafen.

The event location is reached by crossing the historic swing bridge located beside the old Malakoff Tower, the seat of the former port supervisory authority. Immediately behind it is the new Rheinauhafen Quarter with its charming mix of renovated lofts and innovative urban architecture.

By car:
Many navigation systems do not recognise our address of "Am Schokoladenmuseum 1a". We therefore recommend you to enter “Rheinauhafen” or “Holzmarkt”. You can park in Europe’s longest underground car par, “Rheinauhafen”, which is located directly below the Rheinauhafen. There are three entrances from Rheinufer Strasse. Please take note of the signs in the car park. The Chocolate Museum is signed, so please drive straight to the “red sector” and park there. From there, you will have the shortest walk to the museum.

By public transport:
People coming by bus from the Central Station (“Hauptbahnhof”), should take the No. 133, which stops directly outside the museum at the “Schokoladenmuseum” bus stop. The nearest subway station is at “Heumarkt”, which can be reached by lines 1, 5, 7 and 9. The way to the Chocolate Museum is signed from there.