Delve a little deeper with a tour experience at our farm. We offer 3 different tour options depending on how deep into learning you want to go!
Option 1: WHOLE HOG EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in oyster farming with a tour, tasting, and master class in shucking. Explore our farm and learn how oysters are grown and farmed, the marine environment, and how we use sustainable aquaculture techniques to raise our shellfish. Learn to shuck oysters like a pro, take a deep dive into oyster tasting, and enjoy a light chef’s tasting at our outdoor cafe, The Boat Oyster Bar.
These tours last aprx. 2.5 hours and include the tour, shucking master class, our favorite shucking tools to take home, oyster tasting, and a light tasting menu with a selection of oysters, raw and bbq’d, and a chef’s choice local cheese board at The Boat Oyster Bar. Beverages available for additional purchase.
Whole Hog tours are available by reservation only on Wednesdays at 11 AM.
Cost: $150 per person with a max group size of 12 people. Please note, we require a minimum of 4 people to run the program and may cancel if we do not meet our minimum.
Option 2: THE CLASSIC FARM TOUR
Visit our farm in Marshall for our Classic Farm Tour and learn all about oysters, how we farm them, and the marine environment. Learn how to shuck an oyster and taste our classic Sweetwater oyster. After your tour is done, we encourage you to eat lunch just down the road at our restaurant, Tony’s Seafood! Reservations recommended!
Classic Farm Tours are available by reservation only on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 AM.
These tours last aprx. 1 hour and 15 mins do not include lunch.
Cost: $40 for adults, children under 12 are free (with a paying adult), with a max group size of 12 people.
Option 3: EDUCATIONAL TOURS
Hog Island places huge value on education and hands-on learning. If you would like to bring a school group or non-profit out to our farm, we would love to host you! Please contact us for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our farm tours are located in Marshall, CA at our farm on Tomales Bay. Please note, farm tours are land-based. We do not offer boat tours.