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The Tidal Basin

Free Tour

Explore the Tidal Basin with Historic America! From MLK to FDR all the way to Jefferson, we'll hit all the iconic sites as well as hidden gems. You do the walking and we'll do the talking, and don't forget to Hashtag your pics #historicamericatours

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Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of Old City Philadelphia. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Rachel, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour tells the story of the American Revolution and the nation’s early years by exploring the sites of Old City Philadelphia like Franklin Square & Independence Hall - all within ringing distance of the Liberty Bell. The Constitution and Declaration of Independence were penned, debated, and signed here, so during the course of this tour, you’ll get to see where America was born. Let’s explore Old City! To get started, find your way to the intersection of South 10th & Locust Streets. A quick note before we get started: Our tour is designed to help you see Philadelphia’s most famous sites no matter when you visit! We will not go inside any buildings, but many of these sites are free and open to the public on most days during regular business hours. However, some sites (like inside Independence Hall) require a free, timed ticket and a security check. If you’d like more information about operating hours and tickets to Independence Hall, you can visit the Independence Visitor Center on Market Street.

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Art Deco Miami

Free Tour

Explore the iconic Art Deco District with Historic America! The district is home to the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in the world. That’s exciting for architecture buffs, but it’s also pretty impressive even if you’re not super into design. The creamy pastels, neon lights, and bold geometric designs will undoubtedly win you over. We’ll start on Ocean Drive, with the sandy beach on one side, and a long strip of bars, shops, restaurants and hotels on the other. Our tour will immerse you in the heart of South Beach, showing off the architecture and transporting you to a bygone era. Picturesque as a postcard, seeped in fascinating history, and constantly buzzing with energy, the Art Deco district is a Miami must-see-- and we can’t wait to share it with you! #historicamericatours

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Charleston 101

Free Tour

Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of Charleston. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour focuses on some of Historic Charleston’s “must see” attractions and gives you a glimpse into the rich history of the city. Highlights include the Charleston City Market, a waterfront park with a view of the the third longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere, the famous Rainbow Row, and the spot where the Civil War began.

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Welcome to Historic America's walking tour of the President's Neighborhood. We're glad you could join us! I'm Aaron your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour will explore not just the White House, but the fascinating buildings which surround it.

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Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of the National Mall. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website www.historicamerica.org and invite you to use the #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour will focus on the monumental core of Washington, DC, otherwise known as the National Mall. We'll begin with the Capitol Building and the Smithsonian Museums and end with the Lincoln Memorial. Along our walk, you'll see everything in-between.

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