This small-group tour is limited to 14 people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
- Chocolate walking tour in Boston
- Learn about Boston's chocolate history and roots
- Enjoy chocolate tastings at some of Boston's finest chocolatiers
- Burn off calories from all the chocolate as you enjoy the city on a walking tour
- Choose from three tours of different neighborhoods and tasting
- Try everything chocolate from ice cream, soup, cupcakes, crickets, martinis and more!
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On a 3-hour walking tour of Back Bay, known for Copley Square and the Prudential Center, you'll enjoy the rich, cultural atmosphere of the neighborhood while making stops for fabulous chocolate. Visit the trendy Hotel Chocolat and sample their sweet wares in their private tasting room. Additional shops offer up a wild variety of chocolate treats from chocolate covered crickets to cupcakes, and more!
Boston Chocolate Walking Tours are a unique and delicious way to see the city while burning off some of the calories you consume as you go!
Come taste some of the best elements of the city on the 2.5-hour South End tour. One of Boston’s most underexplored neighborhoods with elegant Victorian houses dating to the 1800s, it's home to ChocoLee, an award-winning chocolate shop for Ms. Lee's exquisite handmade truffles. Sample the best homemade chocolate ice cream in Boston, the famous Chocolate Orgasm, a chocolate martini and more.
Take a stroll on the 2.5-hour Beacon Hill chocolate tour takes and see one of Boston’s smallest and most historic neighborhoods. Grand townhouses, quaint antique stores and fashionable boutiques are characteristic of Beacon Hill, and of course the finest chocolatiers in Boston! Visit the featured stop of Beacon Hill Chocolate with its artisan chocolate and delicious gelato. Sample more chocolates, an intriguing chocolate soup and a chocolate dessert at other stops before ending Park Square.
Please note: Bookings can only be made up to 3 months in advance of your tour date.
Beacon Hill tour is seasonal and operates May - December.
Reviewed by Karen W, Australia, July 2012
A very pleasant way to spend my Sunday afternoon, the tour guide was very friendly and informative, though I did discover that I'm not the chocaholic I thought I was - counldn't eat anymore chocolate by the end.
Reviewed by Barbara, USA, October 2011
Fabulous tour - chocolate coma - fantastic facts learned about chocolate - and even a stop to find out about cocoa butter and its uses.
Tour guide was exceptional in her knowledge of chocolate. She made the walking tour interesting and exciting. She was full of enthusiasm and spirit.