Sweeten up your day with some of the most tempting candy stores in Orlando, including Sugar Factory at ICON Park® (pictured).
From chocolate to taffy and many delicious points in between, Orlando is home to a galaxy of candy stores to satisfy your sweet tooth. Shopping for candy here offers more than just a sugar rush; it is an immersive experience into your favorite confections. Prepare to unwrap a candy wonderland!
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Candy Shops Close to Orlando Theme Parks
David Ramirez Chocolates
Part of Plant Street Market in Winter Garden, west of downtown Orlando and north of our tourism districts, David Ramirez Chocolates places a high value on using the best ingredients available from across the blog. The result is an immersive culinary experience — and a superior product that blends old-world style with innovative and pioneering techniques and flavors.
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Fan of M&M'S®? Then you won’t want to miss the M&M’S store at Disney Springs®. Here, you can mix it up with colorful photo ops, unique merchandise and a signature chocolate wall where you can create your own custom bag from dozens of colors and fillings. You can even personalize your own M&M’S, right down to choosing what words to have on the individual candies.
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Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop
The perfect spot to get your Ghirardelli fix, the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop at Disney Springs offers a vast assortment of Ghirardelli’s delectable chocolates. The incredible taste and richness of their chocolate carries over into their other treats such as house-made fudge and hot fudge sundaes.
A perfect stop on your next trip to Promenade at Sunset Walk or Orlando International Premium Outlets, IT’SUGAR has endless variations on the most popular candy brands. Highlights include their giant candies such as their 5-pound gummy bears and 3-pound gummy worms. For real super fans of candy, you can even buy merchandise featuring your favorite sweets, from candles to slippers to pillowcases.
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River Street Sweets — Savannah’s Candy Kitchen
Also within the excitement of Promenade at Sunset Walk, you can find River Street Sweets. Here, their specialty is homemade, southern-style candies including handcrafted peanut butter cups, rich pralines, fresh saltwater taffy and even gourmet candy apples.
Candy Shops on International Drive
Looking for some treats that both look and taste delicious? Located in ICON Park®, Sugar Factory serves up exciting drinks and dishes, from rainbow pancakes at brunch to a late-night burger. A restaurant, bar and candy store all in one, Sugar Factory has a ton of sweet treats for you to try including their popular candy-infused cocktails and mocktails.
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Chocolate Kingdom — The Factory Adventure Tour
Embark on an interactive journey to discover how chocolate is made at Chocolate Kingdom. You’ll visit their Cacao Tree Greenhouse, see old machinery used to create chocolate, and of course, try some samples along the way. You can also create your own unique and freshly made chocolate bar, choosing three ingredients from their 17 selections. There are also plenty of hand-made chocolates, including their popular Coco Bean Crunch, available.
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With locations on both International Drive and on Winter Park’s Park Avenue, this soda and candy shop captures the nostalgia of old-school candy stores. Dive into buckets of classic candy as well as fresh taffy. Also make sure to check out their many unique soda flavors such as Swamp Juice, Bacon Soda and Ranch Dressing Soda.
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Giant lollipops sprawl overhead in this colorful store that is filled with classic candies and popular new treats. Head to International Drive to build your own bag of candy or enjoy their selection of fudge and ice cream.
World of Chocolate Museum and Cafe
Enter a tropical rainforest to learn about cacao and the origins of chocolate, sample select chocolates, and see 25 chocolate sculptures of some of the world’s most recognizable landmarks at the World of Chocolate Museum and Cafe. There are tons of chocolate treats for you to choose from, including their delicious “drinking chocolate,” chocolate fondue and Nutella paninis.
Map of Candy Stores in Orlando
Use this map to track down all of the candy shops featured in this blog. Happy eating!
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