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Curious about Portland's history with railroads, fires, wars, famous poets and Hollywood producers? Join us for a Walk Through Time! This tour begins on Commercial Street and continues for 2 hours through the historic Old Port, downtown and waterfront areas, sharing highlights of Portland's history since 1632. Some of the locations we may feature on your tour include; the lobster statue, the home of Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow and his place of worship, the Eastern Cemetery, the Abyssinian Church, the U.S. Customs House and more. ***Tour duration is two "ish" hours, based on guest engagement and pace of the group. Planning on 2.5 hours for arriving early to check-in and make it back to your vehicle post tour is recommended.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Enjoy this authentic tour experience that visits four of Portland's top restaurants, with four alcoholic drink pairings, exploring Maine’s history, present, and future, through the unifying and delicious medium of its’ world class food. Maine has a proud and rich food history. From our state’s first Native American settlers through colonial America, to the ebbs and flows in the market spanning many generations, to today’s innovative entrepreneurs whose future in Maine food is just beginning to be fully realized, our Past, Present, Future tour is an inspirational and chronological journey that pays tribute to the human spirit of Maine. Maine Food for Thought Tours have been featured in The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, The Boston Globe, Forbes and Yankee Magazine. In 2019, they were named by the World Food Travel Association as the "Best Food or Beverage Experience" globally.
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