Once the logistics are squared away, Raleigh Rickshaw takes passengers on a tour of the City of Oaks via a pedal cab, or "rickshaw." Tours begin in front of the Raleigh City Museum on Fayetteville Street and last approximately one hour. During these 60 minutes, passengers will be pedaled through more than 200 years of history, as Raleigh Rickshaw's cabbies pull parties past a plethora of points of interest. Sights on the tour include the historic City Market, founded in 1914; "Grog Alley," the saloon-centric strip of town noted for its bar fights and gambling; and the birthplace of Andrew Johnson, the famous "Angry President." It's an informative introduction to North Carolina's capital city for out-of-towners, as well as an exciting new way for longtime residents to see the city where they live, work, and bake souffl?s.