Check out these great tours.
1 Sagamore Spirit Rye Whiskey Distillery Tour, Baltimore
Baltimore is a place for risk-takers and history-makers. Visit Sagamore Spirit's world-class waterfront distillery in Port Covington (directly off I-95 a short drive from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor) to see how that spirit lives on! You’ll learn about the famed history of Rye Whiskey in Maryland, see the 40-foot mirrored-finished copper column still, and taste three Sagamore Spirit award-winning whiskies. Tours last about an hour and are led by knowledgeable and fun Guest Experience Teammates.
2 Twisted History Pub Crawl, Annapolis
A 2-hour walking tour (approx. 1/2 mile) into some of the most historic and famous taverns in Annapolis. Spending about 20-30 minutes at each location, you'll relax with a libation while learning the interesting and colorful history of Annapolis through the tales of its taverns.
3 Haunted Pub Crawl of Annapolis
Annapolis has always been a drinking town with a sailing problem! Since merchant ships first sailed into her protected harbor in 1649, Annapolis has been a city where crawling in and out of taverns has been the rule, not the exception. Travelers and locals alike come to Annapolis to quench their thirst and fulfill their desires in our many notorious pubs, inns and taverns. From American patriots such as George Washington, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson to pirate rogues such as Captain Kidd and Blackbeard; anyone searching for food, drink or illicit diversions found their way into the city's many infamous taverns...and you can too!
4 Tipsy Tours of Baltimore
Mix one part history, one part drinking game, shake well, and you've got Baltimore's newest and most unique tour experience! First you'll "pre-game" at one of our host pubs, enjoying food and drink specials. Then you'll climb aboard a first-class, restroom-equipped, motor coach for a BYOB romp through Charm City led by your very own Tipsy Tour Guide. Along the way you'll hear stories of Baltimore's pickled past, from the early 18th century through Prohibition. Ever wonder what happened to Mr. Boh's other eye? Or where Edgar Allan Poe imbibed his very last drink? Or what hangover cure is responsible for one of the city's most famous landmarks?