Nestlé Chocolate Museum gives you the opportunity to see how the process of producing chocolate goodies looks like. The museum is located in a running chocolate factory and is known by its unusual, futuristic design and the unbelievable time of construction–75 days, including the blueprint and the construction itself. The museum is located in Toluca, 63 kilometres southwest from Mexico City.
It takes about 50 minutes to get to Toluca from the centre of Mexico City. The futuristic building looks like a gigantic piece of origami made of red containers and can be seen from the nearby motorway. Originally, the project was just a new pathway for visitors to see the production of chocolate. However, it evolved and in January 2007 the designers presented the new project, which was finished about 2.5 months later. Apart from the museum and the factory, the site consists of a 300-metre passage, a theatre, and a shop.