What is it about chocolate? The delectable treat that causes mouth watering experiences has now caused a sort of cocoa craze to take over Wayne County Indiana. Richmond and Wayne County's self-guided journey down the Chocolate Trail takes you to a one-of-a-kind ice cream parlor, amish market, candy shops/factories, gift shops and more. Chocolate is featured at each stop and is presented in many different forms - all FREE to sample! Satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth by visiting all 10 businesses located in the passport.
You must pick up a Free Chocolate Trail Passport from the Old National Road Welcome Center at 5701 National Road East, Richmond in order to participate!
In the heart of Richmond, the Tin Cup Tea & Gift Shop offers a quiet place to relax as you enjoy your complementary sample of chocolate tea in their newly remolded building. If you enjoy tea, a trip to Village Forager is in store where they also offer you a sample of chocolate tea.
Ullery's Homemade Ice Cream has been making real hand-crafted homemade ice cream since 1993! They offer up over 15 flavors of ice cream, floats, shakes, malts and many other specialty items. Their ice cream is made the old fashioned way and has even been featured on Cooking Channel's "Carnival Eats" back in 2017.
Warm Glow Candles takes you to a non-edible option with over 75 different candle fragrances. Their handmade candles have been warming homes since 1994 and you’ll walk away with a chocolate scented votive candle that will fill your home with their highly fragrant, long lasting scent.
Kings Cafe sits in the heart of Cambridge City with delicious menu options that you can't resist. The giant cinnamon rolls are baked fresh daily and are a crowd pleaser, smothered in delicious cream cheese icing and they take up an entire dinner plate! A visit here on the chocolate trail and you'll be greeted with a complimentary homemade fudge or chocolate chip cookie.
Abbott's Candy Shop was founded in the 1890s and is nationally known for tasty homemade caramels and chocolates which use the same classical recipes as when they started. A stop here rewards you with one of their famous chocolate treats.
Come for the chocolate but stay for the antique shopping, bustling boutiques, exquisite cuisine and so much more. Turn the Chocolate Trail into a Chocolate Getaway with one of our Chocolate Packages. The chocolate experience extends to your lodging preferences with cozy accommodations ranging from hotels, bed and breakfasts, cottages and cabins. An additional welcome, each package offers a special chocolate treat in addition to those you’ll receive along the Chocolate Trail.
Located in historic Cambridge City with more than a dozen antiques shops, gift shops and restaurants within 3 blocks is the Lofts on Main. A fully equipped loft, in a newly refurbished 1885 commercial building that sits directly on the Old National Road.
The Quaker Hill Cabin greets you with peaceful surroundings and a private estate. You'll be steps away from a trailhead that leads to nature preserve trails and a beautiful waterfall.
At the Abington Cottage, you can spend your time munching and re-energizing at a quaint cottage on the edge of town. The entire 1800 sq/ft cottage and private woods are yours for exploring.
Other accommodations include: Philip W. Smith Bed and Breakfast, Seldom Scene Meadow Bed and Breakfast, Holiday Inn Richmond, and Hampton Inn & Suites. Whether you choose quaint woods, or the bustling city, your chocolate getaway is sure to be a palate pleasing experience.
Pick up you FREE Chocolate Trail Passport today and begin your journey down the Chocolate Trail! 5701 National Road East, Richmond, IN 47374