“Chocolate Factory” theme park to open in Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Amsterdam will get a theme park dedicated to chocolate and inspired by Roald Dahl’s children’s book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, city officials and entrepreneurs said on Thursday.

Just like Dahl’s fictional “Chocolate Factory” owned by Willy Wonka, the main part of the “sweets park” will be located underground, in a disused railway tunnel which was handed over by the city of Amsterdam in a ceremony on Thursday.

The attraction, which is expected to open to the public in two to three years, will feature a glass elevator and a chocolate fountain, similar to the book. It will also produce small amounts of chocolate.



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