PRICE: $64 Adult / $64 Child
DEPARTURE TIME: 10:45 a.m.
DURATION OF TOUR: 3 hours
WALKING DISTANCE: Easy one mile walk (stop & go)
WALK LEVEL: Easy
DAYS TOURS ARE OFFERED: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
STARTING POINT: Meets on Chambersburg Street (exact location provided with tickets)
ENDING POINT: Steinwehr Avenue
CAPACITY: A minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 12 people per tour
VEGETARIAN/GLUTEN FREE/LACTOSE OPTIONS: Yes
SEATING & WATER PROVIDED? Yes
PRIVATE GROUP TOURS AVAILABLE? Yes, with advance notice
ALLERGIES: Stated at time of reservation
Let us guide your taste buds through a savory historic journey around the town of Gettysburg. We'll take a trip back in time as we weave stories of the past together with the most delectable culinary delights that Gettysburg has to offer. Our tour pays a visit to seven very unique eateries, historic taverns, family owned bistros and a winery, to name a few. All food tastings are included in the ticket price and is enough food for lunch. Our Walking Tour is approximately 3 hours and covers just under 1 mile of non-continuous walking.
Tour Tasting locations are comprised of the most unique culinary establishments in our area.
Food 101: New American Cuisine at its finest. Rated #1 on Tripadvisor. Chef Corey Williams delights crowds with his eclectic menu.
Garryowen Irish Pub: Authentic Irish fare. Voted Second Best Irish Pub in the world outside of Ireland by Ireland of the Welcome's Magazine
One Lincoln Food & Spirits: Chef Joseph Holmes describes his finely crafted One Lincoln fare as “casual comfort.” We call it simply extraordinary.
Adams County Winery: located in downtown Gettysburg and the home winery only 8 miles west of Gettysburg. ACW has been making wine for 40 years. Celebrating their anniversary in 2015, they are the fifth oldest operating winery in Pennsylvania. During that time, their business has grown into a nationally recognized producer of award-winning wines and has garnered over 140 medals since 2000.
The Parrot: A casual, homey and relaxed eatery located on the site of one of the earliest houses in Gettysburg. The Parrot continues a tradition of hospitality, which began in 1850 with the Mrs. Schwartz's Oyster Parlor.
Food establishments are subject to change without notice.