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Embark on an adventure aboard our blue and white tram and hear authentic history spanning almost 300 years. You will enjoy Southern hospitality at its best as we drive by early homes, public buildings and many other points of interest. The tour also...more
This one hour tour was a great way to learn about some history of Georgetown. The tour went quickly and showed a number of places but didn’t leave us feeling overwhelmed. Friendly staff made the tour worth it!
I could not believe how many structures dated to the mid-1700’s. And how much background our tour guide was able to provide, painting a visual of life from the mud-1700s until now. This town was instrumental in the Revolutionary Wat - I had no idea....More
After a day filled with a lot of walking, it was a lovely break to be driven around for an hour and learn about the history of many off the historic homes and buildings from our personable and knowledgable guide/driver. Interesting and fun tour.
I was looking forward to this tour. Unfortunately, I was told the Tram was in for repairs. It was not running. That was March 7. There is no e-mail address on the website to contact the tour company. The sign that says the tour tickets...More
Great historical information about Georgetown. Tour guide was knowledgeable and informative. Sadly I did not catch his name. It was just myself and my husband on the tour and the guide did not mind all the questions from my husband. Learned a lot about the...More
This one hour tour was recommended by our trip hosts and was such a great way to learn about Georgetown (especially on a hot August day). Our tour guide was very knowledgable about the area and we found this tour to be full of interesting...More
Usually I find my mind drifting when someone starts rattling off historical names and dates but our guide did a great job of speaking clearly, slowly and told interesting stories. Even being from the state and having explored many historical areas over the years, I...More