DOOR COUNTY, Wis., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- A three-week culinary celebration is about to get under way on Wisconsin's picturesque Lake Michigan peninsula. Titled A Kingdom So Delicious and running from September 8-25, this three week exploration of all that is delicious in Door County will provide visitors with tasty opportunities to participate in multi-tour culinary adventures throughout this popular Midwest vacation destination.
The Door County Visitor Bureau (DCVB) has put together several tour themes for visitors that highlight the county's diverse culinary attributes. Tours include: Wineries and Breweries, Sundae Drives, Orchards and Farmers' Markets, Field to Table, Made in Door County and Locally Caught and Served. A special Self-Guided Culinary Tours of Door County map is available on the destination's official web site, DoorCounty.com, as well as in hard-copy form at the DCVB's welcome center.
These new tours are meant to be self-guided discoveries of Door County's unique culinary offerings and give participants the opportunity to tour, see and taste the region's specialties. Highlighting the handy Self-Guided Culinary Tours of Door County map will be designated points of interest on each tour route. Visitors can pick and choose one or more tour adventure routes or mix and match tours based on their location, allowing them to taste their way through the county throughout the Kingdom So Delicious celebration. Weekends will focus on the popular community harvest festivals that are held up and down the peninsula and on the county's largest island, Washington Island.
Specially created Kingdom So Delicious lodging packages are also available for visitors that complement the culinary tours. A variety of Door County inns, B & B's, hotels and resorts are offering culinary themed lodging packages, all of which are available to view on DoorCounty.com. All lodging packages include a $25 gift certificate to use while in Door County.
The name for this culinary tour, A Kingdom So Delicious, was the title of a March 1969 National Geographic feature article about Door County. The article was a catalyst in helping to put Door County on the national map as a popular U.S. travel destination.
Personal visitor travel assistance is available by contacting the DCVB at 1-800-527-3529 or on-line at www.DoorCounty.com.
SOURCE Door County Visitor Bureau