Venue Details

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Back Bay, Boston
Meet in the lobby outside Flour Bakery's Clarendon Street entrance 131 Clarendon Street Boston, MA 02116
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Martijn Goorden
You meet at the lobby where the ATM is located, not at Flour itself (that confused me, but I managed to find the group).
Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour info Oct 28 2014 star this tip starred
Lisa B
The Back Bay chocolate tour involves lots of stairs because of the businesses below street level on Newbury Street. If you can't manage stairs, then a different tour would be a better choice.
Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour info Nov 18 2013 star this tip starred

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attended Nov 16 2013

You walk around, sample chocolate, and are given a bag to take home what you don't eat - pretty much the definition of a good afternoon! Be prepared to spend time in each location because you are encouraged to look around in case you wish to...continued

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Abbey C
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attended Nov 16 2013

Such a wonderful tour! We visited many places that I did not even know we had in Boston and ate a ton of chocolate! I will definitely be back to try their other tours as well.

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attended Jul 19 2014

Victoria, our tour guide was wonderful, and all of the stops were excellent.. great choices!! Thank you for a great day out with my mom!

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More Information



The tour runs rain or shine, and is recommended for those ages 10 and older. The walk is approximately a mile in length.

Stops are subject to change.

Guide gratuities are not included, but are welcome.

About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Chocolate Tours

Boston Chocolate Tours offers a wide array of sumptuous, expertly-guided chocolate experiences. Moving outward from our own beloved Boston, our regularly scheduled events are quickly spreading to major cities across North America.