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Boston Chocolate Tours

Boston, MA
+1 617-971-8436
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Had a great tour guide, Luke! He had a lot of energy and told us about the city too. It was... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2017
travel96
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Calling All Chocoholics

This walking tour was in the South End. (rain or shine) We stopped at 8 of Boston's hottest... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
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You have found Boston's Original Chocolate Tours. We offer a wide array of sumptuous, expertly-guided chocolate experiences including chocolate walking tours in Back Bay, Beacon Hill, the South End as well as our newest tour The Boston Cupcake Crawl. We also offer chocolate making workshops, chocolate tasting classes, chocolate & wine classes, chocolate team building and private and corporate chocolate eventsNo matter how much you already love chocolate, you’ll appreciate it more deeply than ever after indulging in this one-of-a-kind experience.
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  • Average8%
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Reviewed 6 May 2017

Had a great tour guide, Luke! He had a lot of energy and told us about the city too. It was raining but he made it exciting. Would defiantly go again.

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Reviewed 23 April 2017

This walking tour was in the South End. (rain or shine) We stopped at 8 of Boston's hottest eateries, including Tremont 647, Picco, and Blackbird Doughnuts. All the samplings were amazing; tea-infused chocolate, chocolate liqueur, chocolate sorbet, any a few other surprises. Victoria The Guide...More

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Reviewed 10 November 2016

A walking tour of Boston's South End establishments with chocolate related treats. Stops including a bakery with a huge Oreo inspired cookie, a tea shop for chocolate tea and a restaurant/bar with an 'adult' chocolate beverage. The guide (Victoria) was helpful and provided behind the...More

1  Thank bobgibson1949
Reviewed 10 November 2016

I did both tours with Boston Chocolate Tours (Back Bay and South End) and thoroughly enjoyed them both. It was a unique way to experience the city. Victoria was an excellent guide, providing funny commentary along with lots of info about chocolate. All of the...More

1  Thank Erica M
Reviewed 5 November 2016

You're not going to learn much about Boston, the locations you go to or even chocolate. You'll get a series of samples that are a far cry from being worth the price of the tour and spend most of the time walking in silence or...More

Thank Max P
Reviewed 28 August 2016

Our guide Howard was sluggish, uninformative and lacked enthusiasm! Offered a minimum of knowledge of the area. Yes, the cupcakes were tasty but we expected more than walking and receiving a cupcake at the designated shops. He offered some information about the bakers but very...More

Thank Carolyn P
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Fun walking tour of Boston's South End. Several interesting chocolate stops including a tea shop for chocolate tea and a restaurant/bar with an 'adult' chocolate beverage. Some stops were a little sparse with the chocolate but all in all had our fill of sweet by...More

Thank Joanne897
Reviewed 2 January 2016

We were visiting from Australia as a family group of 7, and my sister, 10 year old son & I did the South End Walking Tour one afternoon. My son was a ring-in as my mum decided not to do it, we were worried he...More

1  Thank hornymull
Reviewed 12 September 2015

Victoria ( our guide) was knowledgeable and fun. Chocolate stops ranged from elegant and pricey to basic and cheap. You will not go hungry!

1  Thank Rick B
Reviewed 15 August 2015

I bought tickets off Goldstar for my sister and I, so we didn't pay the website's listed price but even then the chocolate/$$ ratio was rather disappointing. The bag we were given in the beginning was almost completely unnecessary except that it held both a...More

Thank mek249
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