Chocolate Treats Workshop
Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site
58 Wolfe Street, Louisbourg, B1C 2L2, Fleur-de-lis/Marconi/Metro CB
At the Fortress of Louisbourg, we're ready to delight all your senses! Throughout history, chocolate has been used as a currency, medicine, and of course, a delicious treat. The medicinal and culinary uses of chocolate became quite popular among the elite at the Fortress of Louisbourg. Today, you can indulge in this culinary delight by taking part in a truffle-making workshop, using our historic Heritage Chocolate. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to take part in a mouth-watering activity everyone can enjoy!
During special events:
Friday, July 1st - Canada Day
Sunday, July 24th - CultureFête
Thursday, August 11th - Just for the pleasure of eating chocolate
Sunday, August 21st - Fête de St. Louis
Conditions: General admission fees apply. Entry fees: $17.60 – adults | $14.95 – seniors | $8.80 – youth | $44.10 – family (up to 7 people, with a maximum of 2 adults). Children 5 and under are free.