Course Detail: LLTPTT - Tryon Palace Gardens & New Bern Trolley Tour
With over 16 acres of gardens, the Tryon Palace gardens are some of most known gardens in state of North Carolina. Designed by Morley Williams, who assisted with restorations of gardens at both Mount Vernon and Stratford Hall, the gardens are designed in the Colonial Revival style that was widely popular in the mid-20th century. Stroll through the gardens at your own pace and admire the spring blooms. After spending time in the gardens, visit the New Bern Firemen's Museum, and learn about the Atlantic Hook & Ladder Company and the New Bern Steam Fire Engine Company, dating as far back as 1845, and the devastating fire of 1922. Next, hop on the red trolley and discover three centuries of this former capital of North Carolina with a guided Trolley Tour.

* Our 12-passenger van will be utilized for this trip, and the cost of lunch will be on your own. Please note that this trip will require a moderate amount of walking.

Available Sessions - Click on Date/Location
Tuesday, April 30, 2019, Immanuel Baptist Church - TRIP DEPARTURE (No seats currently available, may add to waitlist)