Did you know that national prohibition and Maine’s very first craft brewery all started in Portland, Maine’s Old Port? Find out all about it while exploring the Old Port’s rich history and places of interest from 1632 to present in this 2 hour exciting walking tour and historical adventure for all members of the family during this special Old Port St. Patrick’s Day Holiday Historic Walking Tour! Wearing green is not required, but encouraged! There is no drinking on this walking tour, but feel free to indulge after as there are many options in the Old Port!
Meet at Monument Square in Portland, Maine next to the “Our Lady of Grace Monument.” Advanced tickets required at ticketweb.com. $20 per person. Ticket sales turn off 90 minutes before the tour. Kids 16 and under are free with paying adult.
Leigh Rush Olson is a certified professional Fitness Instructor with the Athletics Fitness Association of America (AFAA), American Red Cross CPR certified, and a Portland City Docent with a B.A. in History from CUNY Brooklyn College. Leigh also volunteers for the Daughters of the American Revolution as their Maine State American History Chairwoman.
There is a public parking garage next to Monument Square and bathrooms directly across the street at the Portland Public Library on Congress Street.
Private tours are available year-round. Call 646-845-9714 or email email@example.com for more information.
Gift certificates available!
Cancellation policy – Refunds will be given face value of the ticket with at least 24 hours written notice. No exchanges. Ticketweb service fees are non-refundable. All tours run rain, snow, or shine.