HARVARD SQUARE CAMBRIDGE CHOCOLATE TOUR

A bean to bar chocolate adventure through historic Harvard Square!

on this tour you will...

Sample chocolate balsamic vinegar and chocolate fleur de sel.

​Sip cacao juice, directly from the chocolate fruit.

Sample a delicious local ice cream from an independent store.

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1.5 hours

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1 mile

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 5-6 stops

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$35 per guest
(includes all chocolate)

Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour!

Join us for a delectable adventure through historical Harvard Square where you’ll hear interesting stories about the area, learn fun facts about chocolate, and sample the best chocolate treats around.

Located right outside of Boston in Cambridge on the Red Line MBTA train stop, Harvard Square is home to Harvard University and has a flourishing food scene with some of the most unique food in the city.

Whether you’re going on a date or relaxing with friends, we can’t wait to take you on a unique, chocolate adventure with some surprises along the way!

DAIRY-FREE, GLUTEN-FREE, VEGAN, AND VEGETARIAN diets can be accommodated on this tour.

Don’t see a date that works?
Contact us about private tours.

Our Harvard Square Chocolate Tour Guides:

Biz, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, smiles while wearing a large black coat and colorful scarf.
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Carol, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears glasses and smiles at the camera.
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Courtney, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears glasses, a white shirt, and bowtie.
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Dev, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears a red sweatshirt, glasses, and a beard. 
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Matt, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears a black sweater with white shirt underneath.
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Molly, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears a red shirt and has curly hair. 
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Yun Yun, an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour guide, wears a red shirt while holding strawberries in a field.
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