Albany, N.Y. -- The Albany Trolleys have a new tour that will be offered twice before St. Patrick's Day to share the rich legacy of The Irish in Albany. The tour will begin at 10 a.m. on March 10 and March 14 at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center at Quackenbush Square, corner of Broadway and Clinton Avenue. The first stop on the tour will be the newly opened Irish American Heritage Museum where tour goers will see the exhibit, The Irish and the Erie Canal. From there, an expert tour guide will take tour goers for a first-hand experience of Capital City sites and how the Irish have influenced politics, art and more. At the end of the tour, a corned beef and cabbage lunch will be served at McGeary's Irish Pub. The all-inclusive cost for the tour (including Museum admission, tour and lunch) is $40 per person. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 518-462-3825 or online at http://www.albanyaquaducks.com/. The Trolleys also offer a variety of community tours including those of Troy, Schenectady, Bethlehem and Colonie. The Albany Aqua Ducks & Albany Trolleys may be chartered for parties and special events including proms and weddings. Custom packages for groups including Sweets Tours and Wine Tours also are available. For additional information, call 518-462-DUCK or visit http://www.albanyaquaducks.com/.
###CONTACT: Kathy Condon * Condon Communications PH: 518-436-1103