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Portland (Maine) Trolley Tour Excursion Reviews

Portland (Maine) Trolley Tour cruise excursion
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Take a trolley tour of Portland, stopping at all the best sites throughout the city.
Member Image Grammyceej
1 review
Oct 2012
We had a wonderful driver/guide for our trolley tour. He seemed to know much about the area and seemed to enjoy his job. We got to see a lot of the area and spent about 20 minutes at Portland Head Light. The over all beauty of the surrounding area at Portland Head Light make it a must see. The day were were there it was quite busy and 20 minutes was not enough time to see everything and get to visit the gift shop. We had to skip the gift shop. We enjoyed the drive past some of the beautiful, older Victorian Homes in Portland. After our cruise we ate lunch at Portland Lobster Company. Hubby had twin one pound lobsters while I had the lobster roll. Oh so good!! Rather pricey in our opinion.
Read Grammyceej's full Norwegian Dawn cruise review
Provider: Portland Discovery Tours
Member Image patmama
4 reviews
Oct 2012
We walked out from the ship and turned left. We took the trolley tour for $21.00 each and it was about 2 1/2 hrs. It was well worth the money and we really enjoyed it. Later we walked around,shopped,and ate lobster rolls in a bar near the port. We had planned to take an afternoon mail cruise, but it was too foggy. However, we greatly enjoyed our day.
Read patmama's full Enchantment of the Seas cruise review
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Cruisin'Lovebirds
4 reviews
Sep 2012
Trolley goes from popular Long Wharf downtown, all over city and out to Portland Head Light for a 15-20 minute stop. Fabulous! Also rode Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad, in sight of terminal to the right. Beautiful view of Casco Bay and a little history from the conductor.
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Provider: Portland Discovery

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