Ireland is awash with brewery tours, but rare is the chance to look around a real-life chocolate factory. The world-famous chocolatiers, whose cafes are scattered throughout Dublin, have been based in the city since the 1930s. The delectable confections are now produced at a less-than-lovely industrial park on the road to Malahide, but like all the best soft-centered chocolates, the sweet part is on the inside. The tour takes you around the factory to see the luxury chocolate makers in action, with tastings aplenty. At the end you get to decorate your own chocolate figure. The factory is completely accessible to wheelchair users. Space is quite limited, so be sure to book tours in advance. No chocolates are made on Saturday, so the weekday tours are definitely the most fun.