- 2-hour chocolate walking tour of Chicago
- Follow your friendly local guide on an easy walk along Magnificent Mile
- Visit several popular and off-the-beaten path chocolatiers to sample seven chocolate treats
- Indulge in chocolate truffles, chocolate drinks, cupcakes, donuts and more
- See iconic Chicago sights along the way including the John Hancock Building and Chicago Water Tower
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Once you've had Chicago's famous deep-dish pizza, why not enjoy a little dessert? This chocolate tour takes the guess-work out of finding your favorite sweets by treating you to an array of chocolate selections and confections. It's a tasty and fun way to enjoy Chicago's famous Magnificent Mile!
What You Can Expect
Seth was fantastic! He made the tour so fun and informative. We would definitely do another one if Seth was our guide!
This trip wa great, our tour guide Seth was really helpful and gave us loads of information about the city which made our stay in Chicago that much more enjoyable because he told us all the best places to visit. Would definitely go again and recommend the experience to friends + family. 10 out of 10
Good eats. Some vendors were not ready for us when we arrived which made for a lot of standing around waiting although our guide tried to call ahead. Each location was local so don't think you are going to Hershey's of Giardelli's. You will be pleasantly surprised by the treats from donuts, to gelato to cupcakes to candies and truffles. The walk is not long and very accessible for everyone. Would recommend this tour.
Guide was knowledgeable, but didn't seem to see many places. I have attended Chocolate walking tours in several urban cities and they made more stops and had more tastings. The chocolate treats we did try were all delicious. The value for the dollar was less than expected. Maybe adding more stops to the list??
We found the tour somewhat disappointing. The impression we went in with was that it would be something more than stopping at six different places and sampling one piece of candy or muffin. The candy was good but we thought there might be some explanation/demonstration of the process. Perhaps a visit to an actual candy factory. In essence we got a sample and a 20% discount if we wanted to purchase. Not really worth it for the cost of the tour.