Our Tours,

3 Delicious Varieties

Lake to Lake - $54 plus tax and ticketing fees 
also available for private groups, pricing may vary

Come discover the food and history of Madison, a unique place a governor once called "77 square miles surrounded by reality." This guided food tour allows you to explore downtown with ease and enjoy 5 to 7 unique food stops. Whether you are a native Madisonian, new to the city, or just visiting, this tour is a one-of-a-kind way to experience the heart of the city and visit Madison’s main attractions including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace, the State Capitol, State Street and the UW-Madison Memorial Union.

  • Experience Madison's farmers market-to-table food scene

  • Explore the state capitol building, the only one on an Isthmus

  • Examine world-famous architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright and Cesar Pelli

  • Enjoy scenic views of two of our beautiful lakes

  • Stroll down State Street with its eclectic shops

  • Hang out with students and alumni at the Union Terrace on the shores of Lake Mendota

  • And mostly importantly, learn about fun, quirky spots to explore on your own!


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Happy Hour Tour-$45 plus tax and ticketing fees
also available for private groups, pricing may vary

These tours will leave your mind enlightened, if not a little bit buzzed! Sunsets free, but not guaranteed.

Capitol Classics: Sample appetizers and cocktails while hearing historical tidbits. Includes an old-fashioned in Madison's oldest bar! (Or is it?)

Meets at The Post, on the Capitol Square.

Up High Happy Hour: Look down on Madison with a drink in your hand at three different locations, stairs and elevators included.

Meets at Samba Brazilian Grill. 

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Special Events

Not only can we help you create your own group tour for 2 to 60+ on foot or on your bus, but we also put on special events. Some tasty examples:

  • University Heights Progressive Dinner: In October 2019 we partnered with three local up-and-coming restaurants and visited the historic neighborhood that connects them. Check out our friends The Heights, Cadre, and Pasture and Plenty.

  • Robinia Three-fer: This happening location allowed us to experience cocktail-making, wine-tasting, and coffee sampling under one roof. Learn more about Robinia Courtyard here

  • Monroe Street Brunch: This formerly regular tour offering features independent restaurants in a lovely historic neighborhood, complete with Native American Effigy Mounds and Belgian beer (try one at Brasserie V).

  • Frank Lloyd Wright in Madison: Heading to Taliesin? We can give you a preview of Wright's projects in Madison.  

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