The Sweetest Road Trip in Indiana Takes You To 8 Old School Chocolate Shops
When that sweet tooth calls, nothing will satisfy it like some Indiana chocolate. If you’re looking for something a bit more special than what they have at the store, it’s time to visit these eight vintage chocolate shops in the Hoosier State. Truffles, turtles, candy bars, and much more will be found on this road trip.
Take an adventure back in time and enjoy some of Indiana’s scenery along the way when you follow our map. Check it out:
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What other vintage shops do you love to visit to get some Indiana chocolate? Share your favorite places with us in the comments.
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What are the best candy shops in Indiana?
The best candy shops in Indiana include:
Schimpff’s Confectionery. Located in Jeffersonville, this candy shop also has an old-fashioned soda fountain and serves candy in glass jars.
Good’s Candy Shop. When locals want custom chocolates and candies, they call up this place in Anderson because they make some of the best.
Schakolad Chocolate Factory. This place has a chocolate recipe that goes back generations and it’s all made right here.
Albanese Candy. You may have had their gummies from various stores, but this is the place they originated, and it’s best when it’s fresh.
An Illinois transplant who grew up and went to school in Indiana for 22 years, Elizabeth holds a BFA in creative writing and has enjoyed traveling across the country and parts of Europe. She has visited half of the states, as well as parts of Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, and regularly travels home to the Hoosier State to see friends and family. With more than five years of writing experience, Elizabeth’s articles have been featured on several websites, and her poetry and short stories have been published in multiple literary journals.