Day 3 in Madison
Shop and Eat at Garver Feed Mill
Garver Feed Mill is a unique experience in a restored historical building. It’s well worth a visit even if you just want to grab an iced coffee, because when you see how this previously dilapidated building was transformed into a trendy space for small businesses, your jaw will drop. You can quickly walk to Garver Feed Mill from Olbrich Gardens. The mill has been transformed into a hip modern space that’s home to local artisans, food establishments, and retail shops. If you have time to spare, you can even take yoga classes to reconnect with yourself! Pretty cool, huh? You can find Garver Feed Mill at 3241 Garver Green.
See Madison on Two Wheels with a Bike n’ Bites Tour
Madison is a very bike friendly city. You can even rent an electric bike for the day at many locations. However, I always feel like the best way to see a city on a bike is with an experienced and fun-loving guide! If your schedule works out, then I recommend taking a Bike n’ Bites tour that takes you six miles throughout Madison to a variety of tasty spots. The best part is that you will ride on electric bikes so you will handle any troublesome hills with ease, while at the same time feeling a personal sense of accomplishment! Furthermore, the Capitol Square Downtown tour is also back after a hiatus and well worth looking into if you want to return to Madison’s downtown core.Read More