One of the most popular donut tours in America, Underground Donut Tour, is expanding to Boston, Massachusetts. The tour, which has been running for six years across the country in Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, Portland and Seattle, is now adding a sixth city to its roster in its sixth year in business.
Tourists will walk between four of the best donut shops in Boston, as tour guides share the history of each location, local sights and history along the route including the Financial District, Boston Harbor, Downtown Boston, the Boston Public Market and the historic North End. Each stop will come with samples of the best donuts, with two of the locations being Kane's Donuts and Union Square Donuts and two other secret locations revealed during the tour.
“Boston knows their donuts! From the original Dunkin’ Donuts opening just outside of Boston to the numerous delicious options today, Boston was an easy choice to add to the tour. If only we could have done it sooner,” says Jeff Woelker, founder of the Underground Donut Tour.
“Boston has such an incredible history, both when it comes to our nation as well as our donuts. You’ll get to learn about both on this tour. We hope you can join us!” says Norman Bendroth, tour manager for the Underground Donut Tour Boston.
Tours will start on Friday, June 25 and run year-round. They run every Friday and Saturday from 10 am-12 pm with more days and times coming soon. Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for kids 10 and under, and are sold on a first come, first served basis.