Candy Shop & Museum

We have recently revised our tours in order to comply with Government food safety regulations.

Because of the food safety restrictions, we can no longer offer tours through our production area. However we are able to provide a revised tour that includes a presentation of our history and a chocolate experience of how we make chocolate by hand and candy that cannot be made on a machine. You will see and learn how chocolate is tempered and how to make hollows. We also have a video available that shows plant production.

Currently our chocolate experience is available Monday thru Thurs at 1pm however with larger groups we may be able to accommodate other times. If you are interested please call us at 717-843-5536 ext 112 or send us an email and we can set a time and date that will work for you group.

Also, our Das Sweeten Haus retail store and museum are open most days.  The Das Sweeten Haus museum features illustrations of old-time American candy craftsmen. You’ll see many special display cases filled with wooden sugar molds, glass candy jars, and many other priceless antiques. You’ll also see a video of the Wolfgang candy-making process … along with a complete history of the Wolfgang family who made their candy making dream come true in York, PA back in 1921.

Thank you for your interest in our facility.

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Factory Tour Pictures



YES, reservations are required for ALL tours. Make reservations  as tours are no longer available every day.  Given unprecendented demand for our chocolates, we have had to greatly reduce our tours so we can focus on making great tasting chocolates.
No, due to FDA regulations and guidelines we cannot allow our guest to participate in making candy.
Our tours generally last 45 minutes to an hour depending on questions asked by tour members.
Cameras are permitted in our museum and Das Sweeten Haus ONLY. Photos are NOT permitted in the manufacturing facilities.
Our museum and Das Sweeten Haus candy shoppe are the only handicapped accessible buildings.
There are No age restrictions. However, every child 6 and under MUST be accompanied by an Adult. The adult is responsible to make sure the child complies with all rules and regulations. Please keep in mind this is an operating factory with loud machinery and moving parts. Children also must be able to keep hair nets on during the tour.
Strollers are ONLY permitted in our museum and Das Sweeten Haus not on the walking tour.
Yes, Das Sweeten Haus Center is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Saturday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Sunday closed.  Please Check the Website tour page for special holiday hours.
Unfortunately we cannot accommodate a large group. However, there is a nearby park with a pavilion to enjoy your picnic lunch.
Not at this time.