About this trip idea
Allow 1-2 days.
Explore and sample the Chocolate Trail year-round in Richmond/Wayne County. Filled with tasty treats that will wow even the pickiest of chocolate lovers. Your journey begins at the Old National Road Welcome Center , where you'll pick up your complimentary Chocolate Trail Passport to receive a complimentary chocolate specialty at each stop along the trail.
First stop, Ullery's Homemade Ice Cream will treat you to a scoop of their homemade chocolate ice cream. Your tastebuds will savor their shakes, floats, hot fudge sundaes, bowls, & handmade cones!
A downtown Richmond landmark since 1909, Olympian Candy follow the original Greek recipe to produce their chocolate creams. Offering nine flavors, all hand-dipped in milk and dark chocolate, these creams are luscious, decadent tastebud pleasers.
In Hagerstown, Abbott’s Candy Shop is sure to please. Housed in a large, pink building the Abbott family still makes its delicious chocolates and soft, buttery caramels from the original 1890 formulas. As you enjoy your free sample, watch the candy making process in action.
In Cambridge City, Main Street Sweets will offer you a piece of their phenomenal fudge. You can also sit down for some lunch, ice cream, candy, a latte or a little gift shopping. Just down the street you’ll find Building 125 as the next Chocolate Trail stop and shopping destination.
In Centerville, put a smile on your face with a chocolate-scented votive candle at Warm Glow Candles . Peruse their 11,000 square feet facility of candles, home decor, bath & body products, then, grab a snack at the in-store Stone Hearth Cafe.
Finish up with a sample of chocolate wine at J & J Winery . Then, stay for dinner. J & J serves up a delicious menu of sandwiches, wood-fired pizzas, salads and award-winning wines, making it the perfect end to your deciant journey.