Duration: 10:30am - 1pm - Sundays
Location: The Calgary Farmers Market at 510 - 77 Ave SE - near Blackfoot Tr and Heritage Dr S.E.
*Price is $55.00 plus GST and EZTix fee. Group size limited to 12. Tickets are non-refundable. Price includes tabs, taxes and tips to our vendors. Gratuities for our guide are greatly appreciated at your discretion.
Our ticket system accept all major credit cards.
Sunday Brunch and tastings are all included.
This year round tour is almost completely indoors with only a short walk between two buildings.
Meet us at J. Webb Wine Merchants in the North East corner of the parking lot at The Calgary Farmers’ Market. You will receive a savoury pastry, a generous portion of salad, an assortment of fruit, coffee and beverage pairing/tasting to start. We’ll stroll over to the farmer’s market then and hear stories and do tastings at 16 market vendors including fresh fruits, vegetables, local beverages, juices, bison, beef, pork and cheeses.
You’ll be seated for brunch and need to stand for about an hour at the market. All guests receive market bags and our Eat Alberta First guide to the market complete with recipes and shopping lists.
J. Webb Wine Merchants at the Calgary Farmers' Market
Pioneers in the private wine industry in Alberta, they are still leading their field with the world's best wines and spirits as well as local craft beers.
Savoury pastries to greet you at brunch.
Fratello Analog Coffee
Barista made coffees and direct trade beans add up to a sensational way to sip into the day.
Five families who produce, process, market and distribute their fresh produce cooperatively.
Gull Valley Greenhouses
Heirloom tomatoes, fresh lettuces, crispy cucumbers, beans and eggplants - all from an hour away, year round.
The Cherry Pit and Better Juice Bar
No food waste here. With juices and a vegetable butcher you've no excuse not to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Bison and Elk - meat cutting and charcuterie.
Fieldstone Fruit Wines
Prairie hardy fruits grown in Strathmore make globally recognized award-winning fruit wines.
Eau Claire Distillery
Alberta spirits and craft tonics
Silver Sage Beef
no hormones or antibiotics - these ranchers are in charge of their cattle from birth to plate
Sylvan Star Cheeses
Grand Prix cheeses from this Dutch family of experts.
Spragg's Meat Shop
Birth to plate pasture-raised pork with delicious sausages and a chef on staff to give you cooking ideas.
Lund's Organic Vegetables
Gert Lund has been farming organically since 1986. Taste the difference.
Bernard Callebaut is a renowned Master Chocolatier, with five generations of experience behind him.
Our tours are recommended for ages 14 and older. The legal drinking age in Alberta is 18. Non-alcoholic beverages will be substituted for those under 18 and ID’s will be checked in accordance with the law.
Parking is available at each tour’s starting location. After your purchase tickets, you’ll receive emails with parking suggestions.
Please be sure to let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restrictions (e.g. if you are vegetarian, have celiac disease or severe food allergies) This is one of the questions you must fill in before you can purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can usually accommodate your needs.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations. Your guide will point them out as the tour progresses.
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lyleao, Trip Advisor
I had no idea about how much work it goes into producing organic and high quality foods and to talk to the producers was an excellent way to help decide why it's okay to spend a little more for the quality. Excellent presentation with excellent food!