Guided Tours in Florida's Capital and The Forgotten Coast
Our guided tour company offers an array of fun and informative guided walking and driving tours around Florida's capital city and to Florida's Forgotten Coast (Carrabelle-Wakulla Springs-Sopchoppy-Apalachicola) and to Thomasville, Georgia (the Palm Beach of south Georgia). Take our City Guided Driving Tour and get acquainted with what there is to do and see in Florida's capital city including the university campuses. See where the laws are really made in Florida. In the city, we take people through the Park Avenue Historic District once referred to as the Gold Dust Neighborhood because of its notable and wealthy residences. Our guides will tell you about historic events and people that shaped the capital's history such as Prince Murat (nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte), the devastating yellow fever epidemic, great fire, and hurricane, Native and African American and European influences and our celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation. The City Driving Tour includes seeing Florida's Governor's mansion, museums, historic districts, Florida State University, Old City Cemetery (Florida's first Territorial and we believe oldest public burying ground said to be haunted by a witch), Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Railroad Square Art Park, known as South of Soho, the location of our local oyster bars, and much more. The City Driving Tour is 90 minutes and is $17.50 per person. Or, spend a little more time with our guide traveling along scenic moss laden canopied roads to Leon County's outback stopping at country stores and plantations. Our guided walking and driving tours are great for visiting individuals, groups, meeting attendees, VIPS, or as an activity for associations, and as group tours. Step-on-guide and itinerary planning services are also available for those traveling with motor coach tours. Look for our special tours on our web site at www.toursintallahassee.com, such as the Sunset Guided Walking Tour held year-round and the ghost walking tours held annually in October and year-round for pre-booked large groups.