Lake To Lake - $45
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!
Up High Happy Hour - $30
Up High Happy Hour is a fun and revealing tour of downtown Madison and its two lakes from three elevated spots, accompanied by chef-selected tastings and themed cocktails. Our walking tour covers 3 city blocks, 2 elevators, and (maybe only) 1 set of stairs.
This tour is best for guests 21 and older. Scheduled dates are: May 24, June 28, July 26, August 23.
Custom Tours for Groups - prices vary
Choose from either of our public tours (Lake to Lake or Up High Happy Hour) or create your own tour. We can guide groups from 12 to 60+ on foot or on your bus, and are happy to work with your schedule and food cravings. We've hosted groups of every type - from bachelorette parties to groups of co-workers to a busload of beer-loving Masons.
Consider our Monroe Street Brunch, which features independent restaurants in a lovely historic neighborhood, complete with Native American Effigy Mounds and Belgian beer. Or, plan a trip to Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin and we will give you the overview of Wright's projects in Madison before you head to Spring Green. How about an evening happy hour with a Scandinavian influence and a sunset, the “Utflukt” Happy Hour tour?