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Women's History Walking Tour Portland Maine Guide, Photo Credits: Dela Murphy

Hidden Histories Walking Tour

Explore Portland’s downtown, Old Port, and working waterfront on foot with your locally-raised historian, entertainer, and guide, Dugan Murphy. Hidden histories are revealed about folks and events left out of the mainstream history books: Indigenous Wabanaki diplomats, Chinese laundrymen, Black stevedores, and more. Walk the same wharves and cobblestone streets they walked, while catching the ocean breeze and delighting in fun, interactive storytelling.

Events > Hidden Histories Walking Tour
Post Office Park
167 Middle Street
Portland, Maine 04101 United States
About the Event
Presented by
Portland by the Foot
(207) 200-5885
Friday, April 1 – Wednesday, November 30

The Portland Hidden Histories Tour includes 2 hours of entertaining and enlightening historical narration over a 1.5-mile route through downtown Congress Street, the Old Port, and working waterfront along Commercial Street. Owner and guide, Dugan Murphy, takes guests to the most intriguing landmarks and presents an inclusive collection of hidden histories about the Portlanders of all backgrounds and identities who have destroyed and rebuilt Portland over 400 years.

Well over 24,000 guests have taken tours with Dugan of his hometown! Join us rain or shine from April through November.

Visit www.portlandbythefoot.com for full tour details, including real-time booking availability, meet-up location, photos, and more. Purchase individual tickets or make it a private tour for your group! Owner and guide Dugan Murphy can also be reached at 207-200-5885 or hi@portlandbythefoot.com.

A portion of every ticket sale will help fund the restoration of the Abyssinian Meeting House, Maine’s oldest—and America’s third-oldest—Black church.