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R.C.M History Tours

Sharpsburg, MD 21782
+1 301-491-0002
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Well worth your time and money!

Bob loves what he does, and it shows! We wanted a personalized tour that took us beyond the printed... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Sharon R
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Eugene, Oregon
Personable and so knowledgable.

We had a dreary, rainy day to tour the battlefield, but that still didn't stop Bob from giving a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
miriamhcunningham
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Sharpsburg, Maryland
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Reviewed yesterday

Bob loves what he does, and it shows! We wanted a personalized tour that took us beyond the printed tour book guides and NPS brochure. My husband had read up on the battle and studied maps but needed someone to help him move from print...More

Thank Sharon R
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a dreary, rainy day to tour the battlefield, but that still didn't stop Bob from giving a magnificent tour of Antietam. He discussed not only what happened on the day of the battle, but explained about the town, before and after the battle....More

Thank miriamhcunningham
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Bob's Antietam tour was exactly what we needed for our family's first visit to the battlefield. We took a 4 hour tour, and I believe that was enough time to get a good overview of the events that transpired during the Maryland campaign, with the...More

Thank Keith A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My husband recently learned that one of his ancestors fought on this battlefield and was wounded so we booked 2 rooms at The Inn at Antietam(wonderful place and owners). Miriam, one of the owners of the inn, recommended Bob as a tour guide and we...More

Thank 936eileena
Reviewed 26 December 2016

I took a friend to tour both Sharpsburg and Gettysburg battlefields, as well as to see the luminary display at Sharpsburg. I was quite comfortable with my own knowledge of the batttles and fields for those, but not nearly so for South Mountain. I contacted...More

Thank Garry S
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

We loved our tour with Bob! We learned so much and had so much fun. He is interesting, personable and knowedgable. We highly recommend Bob.

Thank Lois B
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Bob Martin started the history tour with a geography lesson, explaining just how the battle of Antietam came to be in this sleepy little backwater of Maryland. That set the stage for 4 hours of an interesting, moving and enjoyable step back in time. As...More

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 10 August 2016

We spent 3 hours with Bob, touring the battlefield and getting a comprehensive overview of the events as they unfolded. Bob was extremely knowledgeable and we had a great experience with him. It is well worth the money to have an expert providing a detailed...More

Thank GeoElf
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

We just spent the day with John Murphy who truly brought the history of the battle and times to life. Not being a huge civil war buff myself - I found myself truly interested in the stories and descriptions John provided. He also mixed in...More

Thank Marnie D
Reviewed 28 May 2016

Highly recommended. Per our request for an extended tour we went from Harper's Ferry to South Mountain to Antietam Battlefield. My husband has read extensively about the civil war. My knowledge is very limited. Bob was able to fashion the tour to keep both of...More

Thank barbantell
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