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Locals Ride Free!

July 22nd, 2016

Residents within our six cities can take advantage of some of our tours and attractions for FREE when accompanied by an adult paid guest.*
It’s Simple, Fast & Best of all… Free!

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Simply choose your Hometown city and fill out a brief form. Sign up today and rediscover the magic of your hometown with the Historic Tours of America Hometown Pass.

And be sure to also visit us at www.historictours.com and explore our tours and attractions in your hometown.

***Each Hometown pass holder rides free when accompanied by a guest who has purchased A FULL FARE adult ticket. Accompanying adult guest ticket must be purchased at a Historic Tours of America tour or attraction ticket booth or by calling 866-753-7975. Tickets may not be purchased online and may not be purchased using any discounts or coupons. Hometown Pass is not valid for packages.***

CASTmember Spotlight: Tiffany Albury

July 20th, 2016

I was born and raised in Key West, a 7th generation “Conch”. Growing up I was a cheerleader and a ballerina. I have lived here pretty much my entire life. I moved to Mesa, AZ at 18 years old and attended Mesa Community College where I received my AA. I then relocated to Tampa, FL where I worked at a debt settlement company. After four years away from home, I moved back in 2010.
Once I was back I started working part time and going back to school. I had my daughter in  May 2012 and stayed home with her until  she was 2. I started working in Group Sales as an Administrative Assistant  for Conch Tour Train and Old Town Trolley in October 2014. I love the people in my office and enjoy coming to work every day!
My daughter is my greatest blessing! She is now an 8th generation “Conch”, following my footsteps in cheerleading and is also a ballerina. In August she will start Pre-K in the same elementary school I attended. Seeing her do all the things I enjoyed as a child, in the same places I loved, is the best part about raising her on this little island I call home. I am looking forward to the future and what it has in store for my daughter and me, as well as my future with Historic Tours of America!
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
My daughter, Gianna Victoria Parrish!
What is your favorite vacation spot?
Disney World.
Which talent would you most like to have?
I would love to sing!
If there was one place you would like to live besides your
current city, where would it be?
New York City, the city of opportunity!
What do you most value in your friends?
Honesty.

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First Day of Summer

June 20th, 2016

Happy First Day of Summer!

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Father’s Day

June 19th, 2016

Happy Father’s Day from Old Town Trolley Tours®!

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Locals Receive Free Admission!

June 3rd, 2016

Residents within our six cities can take advantage of some of our tours and attractions for FREE when accompanied by an adult paid guest.*
It’s Simple, Fast & Best of all… Free!

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Simply choose your Hometown city and fill out a brief form. Sign up today and rediscover the magic of your hometown with the Historic Tours of America Hometown Pass.

And be sure to also visit us at www.historictours.com and explore our tours and attractions in your hometown.

***Each Hometown pass holder rides free when accompanied by a guest who has purchased A FULL FARE adult ticket. Accompanying adult guest ticket must be purchased at a Historic Tours of America tour or attraction ticket booth or by calling 866-753-7975. Tickets may not be purchased online and may not be purchased using any discounts or coupons. Hometown Pass is not valid for packages.***

Memorial Day

May 30th, 2016

Happy Memorial Day from Old Town Trolley Tours®!

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Castmember Spotlight: Kristopher McQuage-Loukas

May 19th, 2016

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I was born and raised in Baytown, Texas. After graduating high school, I decided to join the ever exciting field of Facility Maintenance. I’ve been working maintenance, in some form or another, for about ten years and I’m always amazed by the new things you can learn every day.
In 2012, I decided I was done with the Texas heat and wanted to know what a real winter was like. I joined the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum just in time for the snowiest winter on record in Boston. See? That day I learned to not open my big mouth about wanting to see what a real winter was like.
I’m currently living in Revere, MA with my wife.

Which talent would you most like to
have?
I’m currently teaching myself to juggle.
Who are your favorite writers?
Greg Rucka, Gene Luan Yang, Gail Simone
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Cup of coffee and a comic book
What is your favorite vacation spot?
A small cabin on a lake in Northern Maine
Who is your favorite hero of fiction?
Aquaman

Castmember Spotlight: Amanda Varnam

May 12th, 2016

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I was born and grew up in Akron, Ohio. I have a twin brother and two older half brothers. I am the youngest. I share a Valentine’s Day birthday with my twin, my oldest half brother, and my dad. After I graduated high school, I moved to Cincinnati, Ohio to attend College of Mount St. Joseph. There, I earned a B.A. in History and played NCAA D3 Women’s Lacrosse. The only next step for me was graduate school.
I moved to Washington D.C. to attend George Washington University. While at GWU, I completed two internships, one at the Textile Museum and the other at the Supreme Court of the United States. Throughout high school, college and grad school, I hated public speaking.  Presentations caused my hands and limbs to shake uncontrollable and made me sick to my stomach. When words came out of my mouth they were jumbled, inaudible, and unclear. A requirement of the SCOTUS internship was conducting lectures for the public and tours for guests of the justices. I hated it until I realized I loved it and excelled at it.
After a year and a half, I earned my M.A. in American Studies with a concentration in museums and material culture. I moved to Norfolk, Virginia for love. I worked at Jamestown Settlement educating children on the first English settlement and at Cape Henry Lighthouse enlightening visitors on the first federally funded lighthouse in the U.S. Love didn’t last so I move back to Washington D.C. The first job offer I received was with Arlington National Cemetery Tours Inc. The rest is history.

What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Being happy, healthy and successful.
Which living person do you most admire?
All female service members, especially the two who recently
completed ranger school and the current female Tomb
Sentinel in training. They are examples of everything a woman
can be powerful, smart, strong and brave.
What or who is the love of your life?
Lacrosse. I would give anything to play again at a competitive
level.
What three things will you always find in my
refrigerator?
Cheese, yogurt, and eggs.
Who are your favorite writers?
Allen Ginsberg, Diane Di Prima, Charles Dickens, Virginia
Woolf, Bret Easton Ellis, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and F. Scott
Fitzgerald

Mother’s Day

May 8th, 2016

Happy Mother’s Day from Old Town Trolley Tours®!

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Locals Receive Free Admission

May 6th, 2016

Residents within our six cities can take advantage of some of our tours and attractions for FREE when accompanied by an adult paid guest.*
It’s Simple, Fast & Best of all… Free!

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Simply choose your Hometown city and fill out a brief form. Sign up today and rediscover the magic of your hometown with the Historic Tours of America Hometown Pass.

And be sure to also visit us at www.historictours.com and explore our tours and attractions in your hometown.

***Each Hometown pass holder rides free when accompanied by a guest who has purchased A FULL FARE adult ticket. Accompanying adult guest ticket must be purchased at a Historic Tours of America tour or attraction ticket booth or by calling 866-753-7975. Tickets may not be purchased online and may not be purchased using any discounts or coupons. Hometown Pass is not valid for packages.***

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