Led by a friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, this tasting tour will provide you with a great opportunity to sample some of the island's unique foods and beverages and gain an appreciation for the city's history. This walking tour of downtown Charlottetown will include stops at various shops, restaurants and a brew pub, during which you'll get a taste of local fresh oysters, steamed mussels, olive oils, craft beer/spirits, hand-cut French fries and more. On occasion there may be substitutions.
Charlottetown history will also come alive through the engaging stories of some of the city's most fascinating people, buildings and events. Known as the Birthplace of Confederation, it hosted the 1864 Conference that began the process of establishing Canada as an independent nation. Banquets and private meals played a huge role in this historic event, so food is something the locals take great pride in. You won't be full by the end of the tour but will have a great sense of some of the island's most unique tastes.
Need to Know:
Note: This tour involves approximately three miles of walking on pavement and city sidewalks with inclines and about, as many as 20 steps. This tour is not recommended for guests with walking disabilities or in a wheelchair. The Gahan House Brewery (beer tasting) and the Olde Dublin Pub (mussel tasting) are not wheelchair accessible. Participants must be at least 19 years of age to sample alcoholic beverages.