Chicago Chocolate Scavenger Hunt: Decadent Culinary History
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Chicago
Embark on a chocolate-filled scavenger hunt in Chicago to uncover the city's rich culinary history. Discover iconic chocolate treats and learn fascinating facts along the way. No purchase necessary!
Duration: 2 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • Center of Chicago’s Grid - In this Scavenger Hunt, you’ll use the eATLAS mobile app to travel all over Loop and River North neighborhoods to learn about Chicago’s rich chocolate history, visit the best chocolatiers and dessert options the city has to offer and compete against other players on the Leaderboard to decide who is the best scavenger hunter in Chicago!

Recommended hours to complete this Adventure are between 11am-5pm. You can pause and restart the Chocolate Scavenger Hunt in Chicago at any time.

To complete this Adventure just follow the prompts, clues and hints from within the Chocolate Scavenger Hunt in Chicago on the eATLAS mobile app. You will NOT be meeting a guide for this Adventure as it is self-guided. Remember to review the “Before you go” info for details on how to download and start the Scavenger Hunt. Happy Hunting!

What's Included
  • Participate in the Chocolate Scavenger Hunt in Chicago
Additional Information

Once hailed as the ‘Sweet Capital of the World’, Chicago boasts a long-standing, delectably rich chocolate history, indeed more deep-rooted than its famed deep-dish pizza and Italian beef tradition. None other than Milton Hershey himself acquired his chocolate-making skills at the 1893 World’s Fair in the city, leading to the establishment of his own enterprise a year later. Moreover, several world-renowned chocolate confections, namely Tootsie Rolls, Baby Ruth, Butterfinger, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, and Milky Way, were either conceived or produced in the city. Furthermore, if the wind’s right, the Blommer Chocolate Factory can even fill downtown with a pleasing scent of chocolate.
Our scavenger hunt includes 8 delightful stops in the Loop and River North. Simply decipher the clues, follow the instructions, and submit your responses. Assistance in the form of hints is available if needed.
While no purchase is mandatory during this journey, nothing beats a chocolate delight as a quick refresher, right? Depending on the day, some spots might even distribute sample treats. Enthusiastic hunting to you all!

Location
Center of Chicago's Grid
East Madison Street
Begin anywhere in the city using your phone and the eATLAS app. A recommended address to start is at 17 E. Monroe, at the intersection of State and Madison which is the "center" of Chicago, the zero-point where all addresses in Chicago and near the first objective.
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Mjsou
Oct 18, 2022
Truly a Great Experience - Great Experience was able to get my chocalate fix through the app..very precise!! Will be trying other hunts and tours!!
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Del87por
Aug 29, 2023
Confusing but eventually interesting and more fun for the adults than teenagers girls - The address where you we’re supposed to start wasn’t explained well it was confusing because it a whole block not a place. No one else was there I guess we were supposed to be independent which you didn’t know. And you were supposed to download a app with a special code that was supposed to bypass you paying again but we didn’t know that. We had to call the company after being on the phone with them trying to figure it out the teenagers interests was lost.
Review provided by Viator
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