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You'll Need A Golden Ticket To Enter This Hidden Chocolate Wonderland In Orlando (PHOTOS)

Come with me and you'll be in a world of pure imagination.

Whether you're a diehard fan of the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory movie or a new-aged lover of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, one thing everyone can agree on is wishing they had a golden ticket. But sometimes wishes do come true. That "world of pure imagination" actually exists at the World of Chocolate Museum and Cafe in Orlando.

This hidden chocolate palace is easily missed as it sits nestled in the strip shopping center just south of SeaWorld, wedged between a chain breakfast restaurant and an escape room. 

Admission is usually $16.95, but you can grab a golden ticket on a 41% discount right now. 

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Included with your ticket is a tour of the chocolate museum, and, of course, access to the cafe. 

The museum portion will take you through a display of 25 sculptures made entirely of chocolate while you learn about the history of everything cocoa. 

From the sweet rendition of the Mad Hatter from Alice In Wonderland to a miniature replica of Mount Rushmore, these sculptures will stir curiosity and wonderment as you view each one.

But Orlando's chocolate Candyland has more than just sweets to look at. 

All of this sweet goodness at your fingertips will surely leave you feeling a rumble in your stomach.

Well, that's where the last part of this tour will be music to your ears.

You'll be led into a room where chocolates from all corners of the globe will be ready for sampling. 

Of course, you won't have to leave empty-handed either. The cafe is always stocked up and ready to fulfill your chocolate cravings.

World Of Chocolate 

Admission: $10 with discount 

Address: 11701 International Dr., Orlando, FL 

Why You Should Visit: This chocolate wonderland will take you on a journey through a sweet fantasy land that you won't soon forget.