Concord History with a Chocolate Twist Walking Tour

The newest twist on Concord’s classic tour from the Concord Visitor Center is a 90-minute chocolate filled experience that will introduce guests to the downtown Concord area. Tours every Friday and Saturday in February and March at 1 p.m.

The tour will touch on the town’s revolutionary and literary history while visiting sites such as The Milldam, Monument Square, The Old Hill Burial Ground and more.

Participants will enjoy a taste of locally roasted nuts combined with handcrafted chocolate at Gräem Nuts and Chocolate and get a taste of their Signature Handmade Bark.  Other stops include Priscilla’s Candy Shop, a fourth generation family owned candy shop, hand making fine chocolates, truffles, fudges and caramels since 1936, and the Concord Cheese Shop for a taste of locally made Chocolate Chevre Cheese. The tour will end at the Nosh where guests are invited to warm up and enjoy a treat of hot chocolate and brownies.

Concord History with a Chocolate Twist departs from the Concord Visitor Center, 58 Main St. The cost is $30 adults; $25 seniors and students. Advance registrations required.

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