Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate Shop

CaptainJacksonLogo_EditiableTaste the sweeter side of the Revolution! Visitors are invited to touch, taste, smell, and experience 18th-century chocolate as it was enjoyed by some of Boston’s most famous Revolutionary-era patriots. Our costumed interpreters discuss the way colonial Americans prepared and consumed chocolate. Discover where chocolate comes from and how it is made. And after you have learned all there is to know about chocolate, you get a free taste of the delicious drink enjoyed by John and Abigail Adams.

Location

The Clough House
21 Unity Street
Boston, MA 02113

Located in the same building as the Printing Office of Edes and Gill on the campus of the famous Old North Church.

Hours of Operation (2015)

January: closed
February: Saturday 11am-4pm
March 7 – April 12: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 11am-5pm
April 17 – October 31: daily 11am-5:30pm
November – December: Saturday  11am-5pm
(December school vacation week 26th-30st 11am-5pm)

Contact Us

For more information, please contact Pam Bennett at 617-523-4848.

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