We took a quick drive to Lititz, Pennsylvania to visit The Wilbur Chocolate Store and Museum for our 25th experience adventure.
The chocolate dynasty began in 1865 when H.O. Wilbur and Samuel Croft produced mostly molasses candies and hard candies. By 1884, the men separated the company and the cocoa and chocolate divisions became H.O. Wilbur & Sons.
The Wilbur Chocolate Store features a tiny glimpse into the history of the company and the process of making chocolate candies and goodies.
Visitors can watch an informative video and see historical candy making equipment and beautiful, antique tins and packaging.
The rest of the aromatic space is a dedicated and delicious store filled with all kinds of chocolate treats!
A free sample can be found at the very back. 🙂
My daughters and I were thrilled to discover some Stroopies (from our 7th adventure)! Read all about that amazing and social conscious company and our life-inspiring visit here!
I purchased a Stroopie and some chocolate-infused hand cream. 🙂
The Wilbur Chocolate Store is located at 45 North Broad Street, Lititz, Pennsylvania, 17543. For more information, call 717-626-3249 or visit www.wilburbuds.com to make yummy online orders.
Lititz is an adorable, cozy little town, about an hour from Carlisle, PA.
Within walking distance of The Wilbur Chocolate Store, we found a delightful restaurant, The Tomato Pie Café. The menu offers several delicious vegetarian and gluten-free options and features light, fresh, and beautiful dishes.
We GREATLY enjoyed the spinach and artichoke tomato pie and the not-your sloppy joe, which is vegetarian. Lots of yummy options include coffees, pastries, breakfast items, sandwiches, daily soups, and tempting desserts.
The Tomato Pie Café serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner and has two locations: one in Harrisburg, PA and one in Lititz.
We visited the Lititz location at 23 North Broad Street. Call 717-627-1762 or visit www.tomatopiecafe.net for more information and to view current menus.
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