901 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21223

Tour C1- Rails & Sails

Horseshoe Casino BaltimoreThis "All Aboard" tour begins at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum the birthplace of American railroading where your group can see, touch, and hear the most important American railroad collection in the world. After exploring the B&O Railroad Museum your group travels a short distance to Baltimore's Inner Harbor and board the Watermark Annapolitan II boat for a harbor cruise to see famous Baltimore neighborhoods like Fells Point, Federal Hill, the downtown Baltimore skyline and historical landmarks like the USS Constellation and Fort McHenry. Brown bag lunches are welcome or your group may use the snack bar on board the Watermark boat.

Tour available every day beginning at 10am at the B&O Railroad Museum; Watermark's last cruise departs at 3pm. Confirmed reservations based on tour availability.

Youth Groups:$16 for students, $21 for adult chaperones for groups of 20 or more.

Adult & Senior Groups: $29.25 for seniors, $31.25 for adults

For reservations or if you are a Tour Operator, please contact the B&O Railroad Museum - 410-752-2490 x 205 & Watermark – 410-268-7601 x 104. A 20 minute round trip train ride aboard the B&O Mile One Express is available at the B&O Railroad Museum for an additional $2 per person, Thursday - Sunday, April - October. 

Tour C2- America's Firsts & Births in Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland is known for many firsts in history. This self-guided tour highlights some firsts and births in Baltimore that affect how Americans live, travel, and play today. Create a custom tour from this suggested list:

• B&O Railroad Museum, the birthplace of American railroading and site where the first telegraph message was received and the first commercial mile of railroad right-of-way was laid in America.

• Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, the birthplace of American baseball icon, Babe Ruth.

• Baltimore Basilica, America's first cathedral.

• Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry, America's first dental school.

If you would would like to include all four sites, the inclusive rate starts at $32 adults, $18 students ages 6-15 for groups of 20+.

To book this tour, contact the following partners:
• B&O Railroad Museum, Kelly Flanagan Loughran, 410-752-2490 x 205
• Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum,  410-727-1539 x 3051
• Baltimore Basilica, Kathy Wandishin, 410-727-3565 x 220

• Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry, Patrick Cutter, 410-706-0600

Add Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel with free motorcoach parking. Contact Mike Rosa at 443-573-2235

Tour C3- Civil War Rails & Tales

The Civil War was the first major conflict where railroads played a prominent role. Relive Civil War railroad history along the railroad tracks of the B&O Railroad and the Northern Central Railway.

• B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore MD: Become immersed in the largest Civil War railroad exhibit in the world, The War Came By Train. See firsthand "Iron Horses" that stood witnesses and participants in the greatest conflict our Nation has ever experienced. This self guided tour is offered 10am-3pm, Monday - Saturday and 11am-3pm on Sunday. $12 for groups of 20+; Add $2 per person for the Mile One Express Train Ride.

• Steam Into History, New Freedom PA: Experience firsthand the role that York County played in the Civil War. Take a steam train ride aboard an 1860s era replica steam train #17 along the Northern Central Railway route President Lincoln traveled to deliver his famous Gettysburg Address. Choose one of these train rides offered May - December:

11am - Glen Rock Express (1 hour round trip), $23 Thursday - Friday, $26 Saturday - Sunday

12:30pm - Hanover Junction Express (2.5 hours round trip), $25 Thursday - Friday, $29 Saturday- Sunday

To book this tour, contact:
• B&O Railroad Museum - Kelly Flanagan Loughran, 410-752-2490 x 205
• Steam Into History - Rachel Wetzel, 717-942-2370

(Please note that rates and train rides are subject to change without notice.)

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