Relive the quaint history of Fells Point, a national historic district, hear about the homes, businesses and lives of sailors, sea captains and immigrants in this 18th Century Maritime community. Discover the best places to find unique treasures. Enjoy the charm and beauty of the Carroll Mansion, J. Fava Cast Iron Building, The Shot Tower and Baltimore's picturesque architectural beauty - City Hall.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 11:00 am; 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm from mid-April through mid-NovemberThis tour does not offer hotel pick-up. Children under age of 5 sitting in parents lap are free. Please reserve online, or call us toll-free at ^tollfree^.
Our guides will make your Baltimore experience memorable in our fabled and romantic late 19th century neighborhood - Mt. Vernon. Not to brag, but the FIRST monument to George Washington was built in this neighborhood. In addition you'll see Victorian churches and mansions owned by railroad presidents and the city's elite.
Here too is the Peabody Conservatory of Music. You'll be amazed by Benjamin Latrobe's 1821 Basilica of the Assumption.
Get the skinny on the Great Fire of 1904. Enjoy a glimpse of the Bromo Seltzer Clock Tower and a visit to the burial place of the master of mystery - Edgar Allan Poe.
Who would ever forget their visit to the B&O R.R. Museum - a treasure trove of railroading artifacts. Our tour will take you by to catch the Spirit of the Babe's birthplace, as well as Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Of course, no tour of this charming city would be complete without a visit to Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the Star Spangled Banner.
There is much more we would like to show you, so let us connect you with Baltimore's rich heritage and enhance your visit.
Baltimore Trolley Tour Sights:
~ The "Star Spangled Banner" Flag House
~ Little Italy
~ Historic Fells Point
~ Mt. Vernon Place where art, architecture and history flourish
~ The zest of the Westside
~ Edgar Allen Poe's final resting place
~ Babe Ruth Museum
~ Ft. McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine where Baltimoreans defeated the British in 1814 inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the "Star Spangled Banner"
~ Civil War Museum
~ City Hall
~ B&O Railroad Museum
~ National Aquarium in Baltimore
~ Maryland Science Center
~ Washington Monument at Mt. Vernon Place
~ Oriole Park at Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles)
~ M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens)
~ Federal Hill
~ American Visionary Art Museum
~ Inner Harbor
~ Power Plant Live! Entertainment
~ Lexington Market
~ Phoenix Shot Tower
~ Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
~ Bromo Seltzer Clock Tower
~ Katyn Memorial
~ Walters Art Museum
~ Peabody Conservatory
~ Hippodrome Theatre
~ Basilica of the Assumption
Baltimore's art, industry, history, science and cultural diversity await your discovery. Great value and great fun! Enhance your visit with a sightseeing tour - "It's the Best First Thing To Do".
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This tour does not offer hotel pick-up. Children under age of 5 sitting in parents lap are free. Please reserve online, or call us toll-free at ^tollfree^.
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