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    The popular outdoor skating rink at Patriot Place — Winter Skate — is open for the season.

    Saturday, Feb. 18

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Boston Wine Expo

    Explore and experience more than 1,500 wines from more than 200 wineries at the 2017 Boston Wine Expo. Learn about and sample great wine and food and take part in many wine-related seminars throughout the weekend. Tickets start at $38. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Seaport Hotel and Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston.

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Boston 90’s Comeback Bar Crawl

    Hang out with cast members from the hit Nick show “All That/Keenan & Kel,” MTV’s “Real World/Road Rules” cast members and a live performance from a surprise guest at the Boston 90’s Comeback Bar Crawl. Tickets are $20 and include 90’s music throughout every bar all day, beers starting at $1 at bars throughout the crawl, food specials and swag. Tickets are $20. Noon to 10 p.m. (You must check in before 3 p.m.to receive your credentials), Faneuil Hall Marketplace, 4 South Market Building, Boston. 

    Sunday, Feb. 19

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Boston Wine Expo

    Explore and experience more than 1,500 wines from more than 200 wineries at the 2017 Boston Wine Expo. Learn about and sample great wine and food and take part in many wine-related seminars throughout the weekend. Tickets start at $38. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Seaport Hotel and Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Monday, Feb. 20

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 3-9 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Free Comedy Night at McGreevy’s Boston

    Enjoy a free comedy night featuring some of the best stand-up comics in the Northeast at McGreevy’s Boston every Monday and Tuesday. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. and it’s a 21 plus show. McGreevy’s Boston, 911 Boylston St.

    CitySide Comedy Presents: Noah Gardenswartz

    What better way to start the week than with CitySide’s free comedy show every Monday night? Tonight they welcome Noah Gardenswartz from “Conan” and Comedy Central’s “Half Hour” for a 21+ show. Doors open at 8:30 p.m., show starts at 9 p.m. No cover. Cityside Bar, 1960 Beacon St., Brighton.

    Tuesday, Feb. 21

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 3-9 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Free Comedy Night at McGreevy’s Boston

    Enjoy a free comedy night featuring some of the best stand-up comics in the Northeast at McGreevy’s Boston every Monday and Tuesday. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. and it’s a 21 plus show. McGreevy’s Boston, 911 Boylston St.

    Wednesday, Feb. 22

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. 1 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 3-9 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Thursday, Feb. 23

    Children’s Winterfest on the Boston Common

    The annual Children’s Winter Festival on Boston Common returns today. Held in partnership with the Highland Street Foundation over school vacation week, the festival will include Snowzilla, a three-story-high inflatable snow tube slide, the 15-foot-tall and 45-foot-long Toboggan Tunnel mountainous adventure with twin roller lanes, and the Snow Mazing maze, along with music, hot chocolate samples and more. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 3-9 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Sip & Shop at Boston Public Market

    Every Thursday and Friday you can enjoy a beverage while shopping or dining throughout the Boston Public Market. Visit the market’s special BPM bar for beer and wine from Hopsters Alley and Mass Wine Shop. 5-7:30 p.m., Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover St., Boston.

    Friday, Feb. 24

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 3-10 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Sip & Shop at Boston Public Market

    Every Thursday and Friday you can enjoy a beverage while shopping or dining throughout the Boston Public Market. Visit the market’s special BPM bar for beer and wine from Hopsters Alley and Mass Wine Shop. 5-7:30 p.m., Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover St., Boston.

    Saturday, Feb. 25

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    Lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    The Radiohead Experience at the Museum of Science

    The Radiohead Experience opens tonight at Boston’s Museum of Science. With cutting-edge technology, the Radiohead Experience fuses together the sounds of the popular band with stunning and inventive visuals under the dome of the Charles Hayden Planetarium. Engage in this sensory journey of innovation, artistry and imagination set to the soundtrack of one of music’s greatest icons. Tickets are $8-$10. 7:30 p.m., Boston’s Museum of Science, 1 Science Park, Boston.

    Sunday, Feb. 26

    Explore•a•Saurus at Boston Children’s Museum

    Every day is Dinosaur Day during February School Vacation week at the Boston Children’s Museum, with the opening of a new exhibit – Explore•a•Saurus. The museum’s first-ever, hands-on dinosaur exhibit will introduce visitors to clues dinosaurs left behind and how to use them to tell stories of these amazing animals. Week-long activities include: looking at evidence, design and build your dinosaur, a dinosaurs in the media slideshow, as well as exploring exhibits and learning about important dinosaur discoveries with the museum-wide scavenger hunt. Admission is $16 for adults and children ages 1 to 15. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St., Boston.

    Boston Winter’s Skating Path at City Hall Plaza

    It's the last day to lace up your skates and show off your moves at New England’s first custom-designed skating path throughout the main stage and marquee sign at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter. Adults $10, Children ages 5-12 $8 and children under 5 free (skate rentals, sharpening and lockers are also available). 11 a.m to 6 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston.

    Disney on Ice: “Follow Your Heart”

    Just in time for school vacation week, grab the family and follow your heart with Disney on Ice at the TD Garden. See Dory and Hank from “Finding Dory,” the Emotions from “Inside Out,” “Frozen’s” Olaf, Kristoff, Anna and Elsa, your favorite princesses, Mickey and Minnie, and more make their dreams possible. Tickets start at $20. Performances today at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston.

    Monday, Feb. 27

    Free Comedy Night at McGreevy’s Boston

    Enjoy a free comedy night featuring some of the best stand-up comics in the Northeast at McGreevy’s Boston every Monday and Tuesday. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. and it’s a 21 plus show. McGreevy’s Boston, 911 Boylston St.

    Tuesday, Feb. 28

    Free Comedy Night at McGreevy’s Boston

    Enjoy a free comedy night featuring some of the best stand-up comics in the Northeast at McGreevy’s Boston every Monday and Tuesday. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. and it’s a 21 plus show. McGreevy’s Boston, 911 Boylston St.

    Saturday, March 4

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Wednsday, March 8

    “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” at the Wang Theatre

    This brand new stage show “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” is set to captivate audiences. The producers of the world’s biggest magic show “The Illusionists,” teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from “War Horse” to present this turn of the century circus spectacular complete with unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, to contortionists, acrobats, musicians, knife throwers, high wire and more. Tickets start at $35. 7 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston.

    Thursday, March 9

    “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” at the Wang Theatre

    This brand new stage show “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” is set to captivate audiences. The producers of the world’s biggest magic show “The Illusionists,” teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from “War Horse” to present this turn of the century circus spectacular complete with unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, to contortionists, acrobats, musicians, knife throwers, high wire and more. Tickets start at $35. 7 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston.

    Friday, March 10

    “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” at the Wang Theatre

    This brand new stage show “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” is set to captivate audiences. The producers of the world’s biggest magic show “The Illusionists,” teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from “War Horse” to present this turn of the century circus spectacular complete with unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, to contortionists, acrobats, musicians, knife throwers, high wire and more. Tickets start at $35. 7 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston.

    Saturday, March 11

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” at the Wang Theatre

    This brand new stage show “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” is set to captivate audiences. The producers of the world’s biggest magic show “The Illusionists,” teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from “War Horse” to present this turn of the century circus spectacular complete with unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, to contortionists, acrobats, musicians, knife throwers, high wire and more. Tickets start at $35. Three performances today at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston.

    Sunday, March 12

    “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” at the Wang Theatre

    This brand new stage show “Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus” is set to captivate audiences. The producers of the world’s biggest magic show “The Illusionists,” teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from “War Horse” to present this turn of the century circus spectacular complete with unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, to contortionists, acrobats, musicians, knife throwers, high wire and more. Tickets start at $35. Two performances today at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston.

    Saturday, March 18

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Saturday, March 25

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Saturday, April 1

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Saturday, April 8

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

    Saturday, April 15

    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Learn the history and life of chocolate, how high-end gourmet chocolates are created, and more with the Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour on Saturdays. The 2.5-hour walking tour highlights the Back Bay, boasting landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center and Copley Square. Some stops along the way include: a Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle, a famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate, cupcakes, for the adventurous a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm, plus a few other surprises along the way. Advance tickets are required and the tour size is limited to 16. Tickets are $48. 10:15 a.m. and the tour meets at Gourmet Boutique, inside the Westin Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay, 10 Huntington Ave. 

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