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Our fully narrated horse drawn carriage tours take you through the historic district in downtown Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, Florida. Our friendly knowledgeable guides along with our beautiful well trained horses, will make this the highlight...more
110 Ash St, Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, FL 32034-4228
We were in town on business. While looking for a spot to eat my 5 year old saw the horse and carriage. Begged us to go for a ride so Saturday our calls went un-returned. Sunday they went un-returned. We did end up getting a...More
The owners of the Blue Heron Inn recommended a horse & carriage ride to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. What a terrific way to see the city....Cindy is full of great stories and historical facts. Highly recommend this memorable ride. Remember to bring a treat...More
Went for a mother-daughter weekend for my daughter's birthday. We used to go on history weekends while she was growing up, so I chose Amelia Island and wanted a history tour. My daughter has been ill and I didn't want to exhaust her, so a...More
We are locals who have frequently seen the horse drawn carriages wandering through the historic district. So we decide to book a tour in late December. Enjoy the Christmas decorations and learn a little about our community. What a nice surprise. Boomer our Belgium draft...More
We loved Shelby’s amazing command of each home’s history. She was a wealth of information we would never had learned other ways. We opted for a private 60 minute tour and on a fall day the plaid blanket provided was perfect. Our Belgium horse “Jazz”...More
Wonderful ride! We had so much fun hearing about the history of this town with a very knowledgeable and easy to talk to driver! Our horse was named Jazz and was so precious! We feed him carrots and he gave us snuggles after he ate...More
The carriage holds more than two people so it would depend on who else if anyone signed up at the same time. I now recall we had another couple on the ride but there wasn't much interaction because of the way the wagon is... More
The carriage holds more than two people so it would depend on who else if anyone signed up at the same time. I now recall we had another couple on the ride but there wasn't much interaction because of the way the wagon is configured.