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Candy Americana Museum/Candy Outlet

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Located in the Wilbur Chocolate Co building. The museum displays antique confectionery equipment, including molds, tins, trays, wooden boxes and a collection of more than 200 antique chocolate pots. Visitors can watch hand-dipped candies being made. The museum has a strong aroma of chocolate from the adjoining factory. The candy outlet resembles an old country store. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm; closed January 1-2, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and December 25-26. Admission is free to the public.

Location: 48 N Broad St, Lititz Pennsylvania 17543 Telephone 717-626-3249

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(Lititz) Candy Americana Museum/Candy Outlet

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