Alaska is known for the cold, but the World’s Largest Chocolate Waterfall in Anchorage is pumping more hot cocoa confection than anywhere on the planet.
Consisting of a series of copper melting pots that spill liquid chocolate into one another before the stream reaches a grand fountain that settles out into a pool of pure candy, the sweet attraction brings plenty of visitors into the Alaska Wild Berry Park Store which houses the oddity. So popular is the fountain that much of the chocolate has been donated by large chocolate companies such as Nestle and Guittard. The falls pump over 3000 pounds of molten chocolate down the 20-foot installation at any given time, although visitors are not allowed to swim.
Please note that the store does not allow people to drink from the waterfall nor sell chocolate from this waterfall. It is for display only.
Know Before You Go
Please note that the store does not allow persons to drink from waterfall nor sell chocolate from this waterfall. It is for display only. We were very disappointed when we came to the store after seeing this post on Atlas Obscura only to find out this information. They do have fudge and other chocolate goodies on site.