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Secret Chocolate Tour Boston

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Alongside historical significance, Boston has long been known as one of the leaders in the chocolate movement. The first chocolate shop in the colonies opened in 1740 in the North End of Boston with a "drinking chocolate".

Secret Chocolate Tour Boston

Boston is a city known for its significant role in shaping American history and its contribution during the American Revolution. But it doesn't stop there, Boston also takes pride in the creation of several iconic desserts that you can sample during this delicious chocolate-filled journey through the city!

Along with your local, professional and knowledgeable guide, walk through some of Boston's most historic areas as listen as they share the story of the start of the Back Bay area and the earliest days of Newbury Street. Along the way, you will view sights like the Boston Common, the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, and more. Before you're done you will even find the finish line of the famous Boston Marathon.

This is a delectable way to sample desserts that originated in Boston as well as others with a variety of international influences. This fun tour is a tasty way to discover a fashionable and historic area of Boston while sampling mouth-watering sweet treats.

Begin your walking tour by being provided interesting historical facts on the influences that have shaped Boston, and specifically the Back Bay area. The significant impact can be seen affecting the architecture, local culture, and of course, it's delicious food. Your small and intimate group will be kept to no more than twelve guests at a time to ensure a very one on one experience with your guide.

For those with a deep interest in the arts, we've got you covered with nods to must-see Boston sights so you can learn about how the country came to be, including the oldest public garden in the country and the finish line to the famous Boston Marathon.

Learn the story of how chocolate was introduced to our country and how it has developed into what we enjoy today, in all its many delicious forms. Does your hometown have a dessert it's famous for developing? Well, Boston has two! Try both iconic dishes and discover their interesting history.

The tour reaches its yummy conclusion around Newbury Street so you can walk off the sugar while exploring some of the local shops.

Have your camera at the ready and or your phone fully charged to take Insta-worthy pictures and share your Boston memories with your friends and family as you make them envious as a "Green Monstah".

Sign up today and have a sweet taste of Boston as you walk through history.

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Shore Excursions Group was created with one goal in mind: to provide exceptional travel experiences to cruise passengers in the ports they visit around the world. To accomplish this, we have compiled an exceptional array of tours delivered by local experts with decades of experience serving travelers and delivering excellent tours. Our owners and management team are comprised of seasoned travel industry executives who leverage their considerable experience to deliver memorie ...
from $98.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Cultural, Active, Scenic, Cuisine
Tour Duration
2.5 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Boston Public Library on Boylston Street across from Marathon Sports. A taxi will be required to reach your destination and can be hired at the port for an approximate 15 minute ride and at an approximate cost of $15.00.
Food/Beverage Provided
Snacks are included.
Special Instructions
We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and casual, comfortable weather-appropriate clothing. We also suggest a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen in the summer.
As this is a walking tour, guests should have good mobility and be able to walk over even and uneven surfaces. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.