The iconic Queen Victoria Market officially opened on March 20 1878 and to this day remains the largest and most intact of Melbourne’s great 19th century markets.
The Market’s historic sheds are bursting with stalls full of clothing, jewellery, craft, homewares, souvenirs and more. Foodies will appreciate the endless array of fresh fruit, vegetables, meats and other products available.
The Queen Vic Market Ultimate Foodie Tour presents the perfect opportunity to indulge in the abundance of local, seasonal food in a 2-hour guided tour. The tour menu includes specialty cheeses, cured meats, delicious antipasto, seasonal fruit, Victorian wine and the Melbourne food icon: a hot jam doughnut. You will also get the chance to discover fascinating stories about the Market’s 140-year history.
Stay in the heart of Melbourne at The Victoria Hotel. Conveniently located on Little Collins Street, the hotel is located within walking distance of public transport that will take you to Queen Victoria Market.
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