Back Bay Walking Tour
Saturdays at 10:15 a.m., approx. 2.5 hours ~ If we held this popular Boston neighborhood tour during the early 1800s, we would have needed a boat. That’s because the Back Bay neighborhood is so-named because for a time in our city’s history, it actually was a bay! Thankfully, we live in modern times where the land is buildable and perfectly suited for chocolate stores and bake shops. Join us on this morning chocolate tour of Boston’s Back Bay and learn a bit about the history of chocolate as it pertains to the city, while trying lots of yummy treats along the way.
South End Walking Tour
Saturdays at 2 p.m., approx. 2.5 hours ~ This under-explored neighborhood of Boston is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for having the highest concentration of late-Victorian brick bow front rowhouses. Luckily for us, it also has a lot of chocolate! Come along this afternoon chocolate tour of Boston and sample delectable chocolate cuisine while touring an eclectic mix of local cafes, shops, restaurants, and boutiques in this truly charming and beautiful historical neighborhood.