If you are a foodie looking for things to do in Durham, why not give the Durham Walking Food Tour a try? This tour company focuses on all the culinary explorations that Durham has created in the last century or so, and a walking tour allows foodies to receive the history of the food scene and some pretty amazing grub, too.
The small walking tours last 3 hours and are intimate. A tour guide will walk, talk and dine with the group as you all explore the wonder of Durham.
Tours are specific to regions of the city. If you are looking for a specific area to tour, it is likely that Triangle Food Tours has something to fit the bill.
The Walking Food Tours fills up fast, so it is best to reserve your tickets early. The website updates as soon as dates are sold out; so don’t forget to check and reserve your seating.
Remember all reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance as the tour relies on a head count to keep the eateries informed. Tours are limited to a maximum of 10 people and private tours can be booked directly with the company.
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