Stroll Through History

Family-friendly guided bike tours offered

By From page C13 | September 04, 2014

Free guided bicycle tours, designed for adults and kids of all ages, are led by trained guides who explain the architectural features and history during stops at significant buildings on the tour.
Each participant must bring a bicycle and a helmet (helmets must be worn during the ride). A trained guide will explain the architectural features and history at significant buildings.
Bike tours start in the post office parking lot at Third Street and Court Street. Each tour lasts about 60 to 90 minutes.
At 9 a.m. the long tour — about 4 miles — begins. It will cover the train station, boat house, Roselawn Mansion, the cemetery and Reiff’s Garage.
At 11 a.m. the shorter tour is about 2 miles along College and First streets. It covers Victorian homes, garden cottages, Craftsman bungalows, and Tudors, The Gable Mansion and the Horseshoe House.

Enterprise staff

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