Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Hobart Historic Afternoon Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Clive Warren P
Excellent tour, driver very good, Richmond excellent.
Our tour guide was fantastic and what a brilliant ambassador for our country! Thoroughly enjoyed the tour, his commentary and we felt the amount of time in the gorgeous Richmond was just right.
Loved Richmond, a quint historic town. The bus driver was very knowledgeable and gave us plenty of time to explore on our own.
The tour was fantastic.The scenery was breathtaking.It was so enjoyable to be able to sit back and enjoy the afternoon.
Anybody looking to go on this tour should not hesitate as it was so worth it.
Happy travels in Hobart !!!!!
Good trip, enjoyable and also informative insights about the historic part of Richmond and its surroundings.
Thank you very much for your excellent driver! Not only interesting but very honest... Many thanks to him (Ian?).
Great afternoon. Driver interesting and informative. Coach very comfortable. Visit to Richmond culd have been longer, and OMG were the Curried Schollop Pies from the bakery to die for.
The tour takes you to Richmond and you have about 2 hours there which is not really long enough, as there is so much to see. I recommend going to the Grayline office on the Brook street Pier in Hobart and catching the express coach to Richmond.
This tour was run very well and the guide was excellent. Richmond is a pretty town, though we found that there wasn't really enough to do to fill in 2 hours.
A very pleasant afternnoon trip. Richmond is a very picturesque village and was well worth the visit.
The salamanca market I could have done on my own - but the rest of the tour was informative and very interesting - the tour guide - Heather was fantastic - her personal history as it related to tas was great - thanks
The driver was very knowledgable and I enjoyed the historical buildings in Hobart. Richmond was very interesting as well and 2 hours was just not enough time to see everything I wanted, as well as explore all the lovely little shops.