The oldest chocolate factory in Paris, À la Mère de Famille, invites young and old to a big Easter egg hunt at the Musée Rodin this Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
A Parisian Easter tradition
It has become a Parisian Easter tradition. Every year, as Easter approaches, À la mère de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in Paris, invites young and old to an egg hunt in a superb nedroit. This year, À la Mère de Famille is organizing its big Easter egg hunt at the Musée Rodin . Seventh edition for the oldest chocolate factory in Paris and a great first in the garden of the Rodin Museum ! A real journey between the masterpieces and numerous activities await the children for a festive and cultural afternoon.
The oldest chocolate factory in Paris
À la Mère de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in Paris, has been offering an incredible range of delicacies since 1761, which it makes itself in its workshops. For the Dolfi family, guardians of this institution since 2000, transforming everything yourself, from beans to tablets, is a real guarantee of quality. Thus, from the selection of cooperatives and raw materials, to the assembly of origins, the adjustment of flavors to obtain the desired coverage or a delicious praline, the House masters everything to guarantee the excellence of its products : sweets of chocolate and pralines, spreads, confectionery, fruit jellies, ice cream, macaroons, cakes…
A festive afternoon
The event will invite young visitors to discover Rodin’s key works, alongside the traditional hunt for colored eggs to be exchanged for chocolates. On the program for this edition: games, workshops, karaoke, duck fishing and surprises for children. It will be a festive and cultural afternoon ! This egg hunt is free for children aged 3 to 12. For accompanying adults, admission is €9. But beware, this event is accessible by reservation within the limit of available places.
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