Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour - 1 Day

Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour

Embark on the Ultimate Foodie Tour on Queen Victoria Market and get ready to satisfy your cravings with some of the best food the market has to offer! Get a real taste of Melbourne on this 2-hour walking tour of the famous Queen Victoria Market, which dates back to the 19th-century.

With a small group of no more than 12 people per guide, you’ll enjoy a personalized experience with your local guide, as you browse the myriad stalls and mingle with the locals. Enjoy tastings of delicious seasonal delicacies (included).

Tasting will depend on what is fresh on the day, but typically include Coffin Bay Oysters, grilled peppered kangaroo, pickled octopus, local goats’ milk cheese, fresh dolmades and Victorian olives. Your tour ends with a famous hot jam doughnut from the iconic American Doughnut Kitchen.

Ultimate Queen Victoria Market Foodie Tour

Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour

Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour

Embark on the Ultimate Foodie Tour and get ready to satisfy your cravings with some of the best food the market has to offer!

On your guided 90-minute wander through our heritage-listed market food halls, you will visit some of the Markets best food traders indulging in an abundance of food as you go. On the menu is the freshest seafood, handmade pasta, specialty cheeses, cured meats and delicious antipasto.

You’ll round off your visit with a glass of Victorian wine, seasonal fruit platter and one of Melbourne’s famous food icons, a hot jam doughnut.

You will discover amazing stories about the Market’s history, learn secret shopping tips and get to know some of our most beloved traders who have built the Queen Vic Market into the ultimate destination for foodies.

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Queen Victoria Market is an authentic, lively inner-city market that has served as Melbourne’s heart and soul for over 140 years. It’s a terrific place to find fresh and specialty produce, hand-made and unusual products, great coffee and cuisine, souvenirs and clothing, as well as over 600 local enterprises.

One of life’s great pleasures has always been shopping in the Market. It’s not just the fresh food; it’s also the friendly banter with the vendors, the vibrant and multicultural ambience, the unique events and festivals, and the sense of belonging that comes with it. On Wednesday nights, Queen Victoria Market hosts the Night Market, which has international street cuisine, live music and entertainment, festival bars, speciality shopping, and a terrific Melbourne night out.

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