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Bristol Museum Becomes Wonka Wonderland

The Imagine Nation Museum is the place to satisfy your sweet tooth tonight

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    Bristol Museum Becomes Wonka Wonderland
    If this looks good, then you definitely want to head to Bristol, where the night is all about chocolate.

    For all you chocolate lovers, the place to be tonight is Bristol’s Imagine Nation Museum. 

    It's First Friday Family Festival, where a burst of bubbles will greet you and all you need to bring is your imagination, and your sweet tooth.

    This just might be a chocolate lover's dream. There will be a chocolate play dough station and a chocolate chopstick challenge. We're not exactly sure what a chocolate chopstick challenge is, but we're up for giving it a try.
     
    There will also be a chocolate river and a bakery, to create fabulous treats.
     
    Since this is a place for kids, there will be face painting, but we're pretty sure chocolate won't be involved in that. 
     
    One of the most interactive parts of the night is the castle. Tonight, instead of using blocks or Legos, the bricks will be chocolate chunks. Yes, chocolate chunks! Then, there will be stories dedicated to, you guessed it -- chocolate.
     
    But a Chocolate Festival will not be complete without Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. No worries, it will be shown throughout the evening for all you Charlie Bucket-want-to-bes. And it comes with a once of a lifetime tour of Imagine Nation Museum's chocolate factory.
     
    Along with chocolaty knowledge, children will receive a small-personalized piece of chocolate, and five lucky Golden ticket winners will receive a prize. Many of the interactive activities will be led by Jody Fritz from Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club.
     
    For just $6, you will be submerged into a world full of sweet adventures. Children under 1 and Imagine Nation Museum members are free.
     
    While chocolate might be your child's preference for dinner, pizza and soda will also be available at an additional fee at the old fashioned 1940s soda fountain.
     
    For more information, visit Imagine Nation Museum online.