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400 N. Water St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 336-1111
www.milwaukeepublicmarket.org
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The Public Market is a long-time dream realized for the city and for the Third Ward. With dozens of vendors and open year round, it's Milwaukee's own version of Seattle's Pike Place.
 
Upcoming events

April 26, 2014
Historic Bar Tour - Milwaukee Food & City Tours

Since 1847, Milwaukeeans have been quenching their thirst in Milwaukee's many historic bars. The Historic Bar Tour: Pre-Prohibition is a 3-hour bus tour into some of the most historic and famous bars in Milwaukee. Spending about 30 minutes at each location, you'll relax while learning some of our most interesting and colorful history through the tales of our taverns. We will visit four bars on this tour. You will enjoy four 6-ounce beers and one 6-ounce Old Fashioned. You will also receive a traditional German pretzel, discounts at some locations for return visits, a chance to win Milwaukee Food & City Tours trivia prizes, round-trip transportation and guided fun. Only non-alcoholic substitutions will be offered for this tour. Please note that we also offer a discounted designated driver pricing. To book a tour, visit http://www.MilwaukeeFoodTours.com or call 1-800-979-3370.

April 27, 2014
Bloody Mary Brunch - Milwaukee Food & City Tours

Enjoy an intimate stroll through Milwaukee one delicious drink at a time! The Bloody Mary Brunch Tour includes traditional brunch and lunch options along with four 6-ounce Bloody Marys from several Historic Third Ward restaurants. Tour includes food samples that add up to a generous meal, and concludes with a sweet ending of hand-dipped chocolate inside the Milwaukee Public Market. To book a tour, visit http://www.MilwaukeeFoodTours.com or call 1-800-979-3370.

May 1, 2014 - Nov. 1, 2014
Milwaukee Photo Walk

Walk through downtown Milwaukee while hearing historic commentary and learning photographic tips for taking creative pictures along the way. Wisconsin Avenue, in particular, offers a stunning then-and-now view of downtown Milwaukee and will impress locals and tourists alike with its unique architectural details and captivating history. Our tour concludes at the Milwaukee lakefront, highlighting the dramatic Milwaukee Art Museum architecture and scenic gardens. Whether you're a novice, a professional photographer, or just interested in history, you'll enjoy this tour! Family-friendly (free for children 8 and younger; discounted rate for children 9 - 15) and fun for all, this guided walking tour is focused on teaching guests to take more creative photos while learning about Milwaukee's history. Photo opportunities include: Historic Third Ward, Milwaukee Public Market, Scenic RiverWalk, Picturesque Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee Art Museum and lakefront Much more! To book a tour, visit http://www.MilwaukeePhotoWalks.com or call 1-800-979-3370.

May 1, 2014 - Oct. 27, 2014
Explore Milwaukee Sightseeing City Bus Tour

Explore Milwaukee at your own pace with Milwaukee Food & City Tours! We operate Milwaukee’s premier city sightseeing tours in our signature green and purple buses. Hop-on and hop-off at any scheduled stops to visit Milwaukee's most popular attractions, then pick up the tour where you left off. For individuals and families, this is the best way to learn about downtown Milwaukee and visit key attractions at the same time. Join our fully-narrated 60 minute sightseeing tour at any one of four hotel pick up locations or any other regular stop on the route. 

May 3, 2014
Historic Bar Tour - Milwaukee Food & City Tours

Since 1847, Milwaukeeans have been quenching their thirst in Milwaukee's many historic bars. The Historic Bar Tour: Pre-Prohibition is a 3-hour bus tour into some of the most historic and famous bars in Milwaukee. Spending about 30 minutes at each location, you'll relax while learning some of our most interesting and colorful history through the tales of our taverns. We will visit four bars on this tour. You will enjoy four 6-ounce beers and one 6-ounce Old Fashioned. You will also receive a traditional German pretzel, discounts at some locations for return visits, a chance to win Milwaukee Food & City Tours trivia prizes, round-trip transportation and guided fun. Only non-alcoholic substitutions will be offered for this tour. Please note that we also offer a discounted designated driver pricing. To book a tour, visit http://www.MilwaukeeFoodTours.com or call 1-800-979-3370.



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