Product Description

$599.00 per couple

Explore the sweet side of Sin City on your fun Chocolate Proposal experience. Experience this 4-hour chocolate experience while sampling delicacies from several chocolate brands, go behind the scenes of chocolate making at Vegas’ own Ethel M Chocolate Factory, skip to the front of the line for a photo opportunity next to the famous “Welcome to Vegas” sign and print your own message on the iconic M&M’s candies at M&M World AND create a personalized label at Hershey World!. Surprise tastings of specialty Chocolates along the way! While at Ethel M Chocolate factory, propose in the Gazebo while walking thru the many Cactus gardens trails. It will surely be a surprise! After the proposal, your final stop will be to enjoy a Hot Fudge Sundae to celebrate the day! A unique and different way to propose!

M & M World Points of Interest

  • 4 Floors of Fun
  • 28,000 Sq. ft facility
  • Chocolate Wall of many flavors. Taste the latest new M & M Flavor!
  • M & M Personalized Printer
  • NASCAR Race Car
  • Instagram able photo opps throughout, inside, and out

Hershey World Points of Interest

  • Twizzlers Statute of Liberty made from 23,000 Twizzlers
  • Chocolate Statue of Liberty made from 800 lbs. of chocolate
  • Reese’s Perfect Combination Arch and upside-down peanut butter cup light fixtures
  • Hershey’s Kitchen
  • Instagram able photo opps throughout, inside, and out
  • Customize your very own chocolate bar labels
  • Hershey’s Kisses Flavor Wall
  • Jolly Rancher Flavor Wall

Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens

  • See how these world-famous Vegas chocolates are made
  • Explore the beautiful three-acre Botanical Cactus Garden featuring over 300 different varieties of cactus.

Vegas Sign

  • The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign is a Las Vegas Strip landmark funded in May 1959 and erected soon after by Western Neon. The sign was designed by Betty Willis . This is currently on the national Historic Registry as a historic landmark.
  • Some consider the sign to be the official southern end of the Las Vegas Strip. The sign, like most of the strip, sits in the town of Paradise and is located roughly four miles south of the actual city limits of Las Vegas
  • The sign is a 25-foot-tall (7.6 m) classic roadside pole design. The sign is a horizontally stretched diamond shape, and is double-backed, internally lit, with a border of flashing and chasing yellow incandescent bulbs outside around the perimeter. In a nod to Nevada's nickname as "the Silver State," across the top of the sign are white neon circles, designed to represent silver dollars


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