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!
Happy Hour Tour-$40 plus tax and ticketing fees
also available for private groups
These tours will leave your mind enlightened, if not a little bit buzzed! Sunsets may be included.
Previous tours include...
Capitol Classics: Sample appetizers and cocktails while hearing historical tidbits. Includes an old-fashioned in Madison's oldest bar! (Or is it?)
Up High Happy Hour: Look down on Madison with a drink in your hand at three different locations, elevators and stairs included.
Utflukt Happy Hour (and a Half): Discover downtown Madison's Scandinavian past, with three stops. No lutefisk will be served.
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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