Tuesday, May 5, 2009


Chocolate Exhibit A Treat For All Senses

RALEIGH, N.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Chocolate doesn’t just taste good – it smells, feels, looks and sounds good, too.

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, North Carolina, plans on giving its guests a treat for all five senses with a new exhibit called Chocolate: The Exhibition.

Spokesperson Albert Erwin says it will be a “deeper experience” into chocolate than most people ever imagined possible.

Patrons going through the exhibit will hear the sounds of animals living in cacao trees and play with chocolate in learning labs, all while catching gentle whiffs of the scent of chocolate, which is continuously pumped into the air.

To top off the experience, the museum has a chocolate shop where people can fulfill their inevitable cravings by buying yummy sweets.

Erwin says, “The whole exhibit will get the salivary glands going. We want people to explore a little further what they’d experience in an exhibit.”

The exhibit opens this Saturday (May 9).

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