If you find yourself in Michigan with a chocolate craving this summer, you’re in luck. The Henry Ford Museum—founded in 1929 by automotive pioneer Henry Ford—is playing host to a tantalizing traveling exhibit guaranteed to have you craving a tall glass of milk within minutes. Its name? Chocolate: The Exhibition. Honestly, you can’t argue with that.
Exploring the relationship between human culture and chocolate—and yes, it goes deeper than “mmm, I love that stuff”—the exhibition (which is free with general admission to the museum) traces the path from the Mayans’ discovery of the cacao seed to the American development and marketing of the candy bars we know and love today.