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  • From DC: Private Civil War Battlefield Day Trip to 3 States

    1. From DC: Private Civil War Battlefield Day Trip to 3 States

    Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your hotel in either Washington, D.C. or Arlington, Virginia. Journey across 3 states to 3 historic battlefields in West Virginia, Maryland, and Virginia, culminating in a visit to Antietam, home to the infamous battle that saw a combined tally of 22,717 dead, wounded, or missing soldiers. Relive the pivotal Maryland Campaign of 1862 and the Battle of Antietam, the Civil War's bloodiest day of combat. Your tour begins with a visit to Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia, the location of John Brown’s Raid and Stone Wall Jackson’s great siege victory. Situated in a magnificent river gorge, the historic community of Harper's Ferry provides a ruggedly beautiful beginning to the story. Continue to South Mountain State Battlefield in Maryland. See where Robert E. Lee’s army desperately fought to reunite while facing an onslaught of Union troops. Finally...

  • From DC: Baltimore Day Trip with Optional National Aquarium

    2. From DC: Baltimore Day Trip with Optional National Aquarium

    Enjoy a comprehensive private day trip with luxury transportation included to Baltimore, Maryland, from Washington DC. Explore one of the most historic and strategic port cities in the United States, and discover why Baltimore is also known as “Charm City.” Depart with your guide from the US Navy Memorial Plaza, steps from the National Mall, in Washington DC and drive for about 1 hour to Baltimore. Once there, learn about key moments of Baltimore's past, such as the legendary British bombardment during the War of 1812 and the birth of the American national anthem. Hear about important historic figures that called Baltimore home, including Frederick Douglass, Charles Carroll, and Wallis Simpson, later known as the Duchess of Windsor after marrying Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales. Visit the famous Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine as well as the gravesite of the famed A...

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What people are saying about Maryland

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 35 reviews

This was definitely well worth it - there were five stops, each with a generous portion of food that was delicious. We got to see many different areas of Fell's Point in Baltimore and even got to learn a little history. We had hoped for a bit more historical context, but the information we got was still enjoyable. The food stops were good. Our only complaint was the first stop - there were three different charcuterie plates that were passed between tables, so by the time platter number three got to a table, it was extremely picked over so some items were not available to sample. It may be better, if the restaurant permits it, to sit at on long family-style table and pass each platter at the same time. However, when there were a few items missing, our guide did a few extras so no one was left out. For the price, you can't get a bigger bang for your buck. Definitely a tasty and fun experience.

The food choices were good and delicious. Although the goal was to kick it up a level I was looking forward to something’s more local like crab cakes. Unfortunately we were too full at the last stop to even consider eating half of what was plated and ending up taking it home. A cup of coffee and a pastry would have been enough to finish off the tour!

Fun way to get to know the neighborhood! Worth it!!

Rich was interesting, flexible & a great tour guide. My son is new to a local college & it was a great way to familiarize ourselves with the area. We have a list of places we want to come back to! Great way to spend an afternoon.

We really enjoyed the tour. The time flew by. The food and the company was awesome . When we come back to the area, this tour is definitely on the list. Thank you from Charles and Jacinta Adams