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5 star reviews!

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This walking tour was so enjoyable and Ronnie and Tiffany were extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and more than happy to answer questions. Venice is a beautiful city. Being a native Kentuckian, I was thrilled to find out what a leading role Kentucky Military Institute played in the development of the city. If you visit Venice be sure and take this tour. Thank you Ronnie and Tiffany!


Learn about historical Venice Florida from experts!!
The charm of this adorable town will astound you!
Knowledge of the history involving the growth of this beautiful city will never be forgotten


Eight of us enjoyed a ninety minute history tour on a Saturday morning in downtown Venice with our guides Ronnie and Tiffany Fernandez. They have great energy and have obviously done their research on Venice history. We learned about the founding families and the impact the Brotherhood of Railway Workers and the Kentucky Military Institute had on Venice's early growth, all while exploring a portion of downtown. It was very interesting and Ronnie and Tiffany made it fun.

Ellen B

What a fun morning we had on a bicycle history tour of Venice with Ronnie. He was very knowledgeable, the biking was not difficult, and we learned a lot about Venice! My favorite part was the fairy doors!

Carol Inniss

Ronnie does an absolutely fabulous job on the Venice Haunted Walking Tour! He's a wealth of information and presents very well. The meters were so awesome! We had a lot of activity! So fun! I HIGHLY recommend to everyone - if you dare! Thank you Ronnie!!

Laura Traeger

I took a great walking tour with Ronnie that lasted about 1.5 hours. His narration was very detailed as was his knowledge of the history of downtown buildings all the way back to the founding of Venice. He was able to answer my questions in detail. His tour is a good value. He was also able to recommend other points of interest outside the scope of the downtown walk. I would recommend it whether walking or the bike option.

Dick Amacher

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