Bus Tours of Oberlin
Looking to bring a large group to Oberlin? A bus tour of historic Oberlin may just be what you are looking for. Our bus tours are guided by a knowledgeable step-on docent and allow visitors to see the monuments, parks, and architecture of Oberlin with convenience and flexibility. Tell us your needs and interests and we will tailor the tour. If you have questions or want to schedule a bus tour, please call Amanda Manahan, the Museum Education and Tour Coordinator, at (440) 774-1700 or email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
- Schedule your bus tour between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Please make your reservation at least three weeks in advance to guarantee the date and time you prefer.
- Each bus with a step-on guide is $100.
- A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required to secure your reservation.
- Please note that we cannot provide a bus or motorcoach – we only provide the guide who will "step-on" to your bus or motorcoach. All transportation must be arranged and secured by the group.
- We recommend allowing 45-60 minutes for bus tours.
- Bus tours may include stops at specified sites where visitors can disembark, walk around, and visit the interior of historic buildings.
- Upon request, we can provide information on local dining, shopping, and attractions
This tour is ideal for those new to Oberlin or who would like to see as much of the town as possible in a single visit. Learn about the earliest residents of Oberlin, hear fascinating stories of the triumphs and scandals around town, and discover diverse monuments and architecture, including the landmarks around Tappan Square.
“Oberlin is perhaps the most important station along the whole line of the Underground Railway. It has rendered the most important services to Freedom. It is second only to Canada as an asylum for the hunted fugitive.” Based off of our popular history walk, this tour will feature stories about Oberlin’s most famous freedom seekers and people known to have helped them make their way to freedom.