Visit Our Chocolate Factory
Looking for things to do in Burlington, Vermont? Visit us at our Factory Store and take in the aromas and sights — not to mention free samples — of a real chocolate factory! Learn all about how chocolate is made. Watch us craft truffles, caramels, almond butter crunch, and more. You might even see a giant bunny or a flock of chocolate turkeys being hatched.
Our through-the-window tour is free and limited to 35 people — so please come early to check in with the Tour Ambassador. During peak season of the summer, tours fill to capacity. Lake Champlain Chocolates’ factory tour is seated — no walking involved! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the chocolate (yes, tasting will be part of your experience here). The tour lasts approximately 30 minutes and is appropriate for ages 7 and older. Tours begin on the hour, Monday-Friday, 11am-2pm, (self-guided tours after 3pm), 750 Pine Street, Burlington, VT.
For Group Tours of 15 people or more, please click here.
Self Guided Tours:
Come take a self-guided tour and see how the magic happens! Follow along with a map of the factory floor to learn how we make your favorite treats, watch a video that shares the history of the company and enjoy some delicious free samples. Available anytime during business hours. 750 Pine Street, Burlington, VT.
Slow down and taste the chocolate! Every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm we are offering a free tasting experience that is fun for the whole family. Taste and discover the flavor profiles of four chocolates with a chocolate tasting guide, and enter a raffle to win a free gift of chocolate! 750 Pine Street, Burlington, VT.
Have more questions? Check out our Tour FAQ page.
Free Chocolate Sculpture Demo
Have you ever wondered how Chocolate Sculptress, Emily McCracken creates her incredible works of chocolate art? Join Emily at our Pine Street store on Saturday, September 9th from 2-3 for a FREE Chocolate Sculpture Demo! Watch and learn as Emily shares tips and techniques for crafting a beautiful sculpture entirely out of chocolate for the 25th annual South End Art Hop.