Some bus tours available in Maryland are Baltimore Trolley Tours, the Assateague Island Wildlife Bus Tour and the Historic Annapolis Tour. The 40- or 60-minute Historic Annapolis Tour takes guests to some of the most prominent historic sites in the city such as the Maryland State House, Maryland WWII Memorial, St. John's College and City Dock. Travelers also get to view Victorian and colonial houses along the way.
Visitors at Baltimore Trolley Tours can go on the Past, Present, Future Tour or Murals, Mansions and Monuments Tour. The first option starts at the Baltimore Visitor Center and takes passengers through historic downtown neighborhoods. Visitors can stop off at the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, the Washington Monument, Edgar Allan Poe's grave and the first American basilica. The second option also departs at the visitor center and continues through the Charles Street National Historic Byway.
Tourists who want to explore the Maryland region of Assateague Island can go on the Wildlife Bus Tour. The 90-minute tour covers 15 miles on roads not open to cars. This region hosts the famous wild Chincoteague ponies as well as sika elk and white-tailed deer. The tour operator also explains the island's history and culture.
Eyre's Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Bus Trip, the Branson Fly-Rive Trip from Maryland and the Cape Cod Bus Trip are other tour options. The latter two tours start in Maryland but travel to Missouri and Massachusetts respectively. The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Bus Trip is actually a scenic three-hour steam locomotive tour through the state.