Our child-friendly Brighton chocolate tour is not only for those with a sweet tooth. Anyone who likes to pamper their buds or equally enjoys an endorphin rush will enjoy our tastings and leave on a high. Chocolate comes in many forms and flavours. For instance pralines, fudge, ice cream, cake, cookies, tea, liquor, macaroons and chocolate mousse to name a few popular ones. This list goes on and therefore we are here, so we can take you to the magical world of this wonderful treat.
The UK is in the top 10 of countries that produce the most chocolate. Whereas Southerners eat double the amount than their northern counterparts, Brighton is without a doubt the chocolate capital! Not only do people buy chocolate three times or more a week, but they also do not mind spending on it – on average £670 a year. Consequently, the city has plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes, where this aphrodisiac is available. Let’s go and explore…!
Brighton is a popular seaside resort at the English South Coast. It is easily accessible by train from London Victoria (a one hour journey) or London St. Pancras ( 1hr20), and Gatwick Airport is just a 35 min. ride. Therefore, it makes it an ideal day trip if you stay in the capital. There are a lot of things to do in Brighton, and the city – officially called the City of Brighton and Hove – is often referred to as ‘London by the sea’.
Whether you travel solo, as a family or with friends, there are many reasons to visit. And any time is a good occasion. Hence, whether you come during the week, or visit on a Saturday or Sunday, Brighton is an ideal city break. Our Brighton chocolate tour takes you to Brighton must-sees and landmarks, for example, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome, North Laine, Brighton Pier and the Lanes, but also some hidden gems.
This tour is unique and the only one of its kind in Brighton. We start with a brief introduction at our meeting point – St Bartholomew’s Church near Brighton Station. Following this, we make our way to the heart of the city and stroll through the traditional, quaint, narrow streets that make Brighton so unique. Last but not least, we make our way to the famous Brighton Pier. On route, you get to know the history of Brighton and in particular that of chocolate.
But what would a chocolate tour be without tasters? During our explorer walk you might taste chocolate ice cream, perhaps a macaroon or brownie or even a slice of chocolate cake. We want to surprise you! Hence, no tour is ever the same. We vary our tasters to keep you on your toes. We also aim to support local shops and chocolatiers as they enjoy sharing their story with you as well. After all, they are the ones that contribute to your happiness!
It is possible to book a private Brighton chocolate tour. If you prefer a different start time, want to bring younger children, wish to book this tour for you and your friends without any other participants or when the minimum number is not met, a private tour is the perfect solution. Just click ‘Private Booking’ upon checkout. An additional charge per person applies. For all enquiries about this tour and special dietary requirements, please contact us on +44 (0) 7783 152151 or fill out our contact form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
|All year round|
|Monday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Tuesday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Wednesday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Thursday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Friday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Saturday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Last Admission||1:30 pm|