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San Antonio
Old Town Trolley
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San Antonio trolley and Alamo
San Antonio River Walk
Southtown San Antonio

Hop Aboard and Discover the
Captivating Story of San Antonio!

With a legacy spanning over 40 years, Old Town Trolley brings the vibrant spirit of the Alamo City to life through our iconic orange and green trolleys. Experience the unique charm and history that define San Antonio as you enjoy a delightful blend of transportation and entertainment known as Transportainment®. As we wind through the streets, our friendly and knowledgeable conductors share a captivating mix of trivia, humorous tales, and rich history. Join us on an unforgettable exploration of this city that holds a special place in the heart of American history.


San Antonio E. Houston Street
History is made fun by those who know it best.
Knowledgeable Guides
San Antonio Historic Market Square
Discover San Antonio's rich heritage at iconic landmarks.
Iconic Landmarks
San Antonio trolley and Espada Mission
Great views and comfort from every seat.
State-of-the-Art Trolleys
San Antonio Torch of Friendship
Hear historical tales and anecdotes at every location.
14 Trolley Stops
San Antonio Museum of Art
Unlimited hop-on & hop-off as often as you like all day long
Hop On, Hop Off
San Antonio City Hall
All our tours are 100% live in real time - No pre-recorded narration
Live Tours

About Our Historic Tour

Embark on a captivating journey through the heart of San Antonio aboard the Old Town Trolley. Our expert guides breathe life into the city’s history, offering a unique blend of entertainment and education. Explore iconic landmarks, from the historic Alamo to the vibrant Pearl district, with the flexibility to hop on and off at your own pace. Delight in the Wild West charm of Buckhorn Saloon, pay tribute to veterans at the peaceful Veterans Memorial Park, and discover the lush serenity of the Japanese Tea Garden. Whether you’re admiring scenic views or immersing yourself in culture at the Witte Museum, each stop unfolds a new chapter in San Antonio’s rich tapestry.

San Antonio's Most Comprehensive Tour

From hidden gems to must-see attractions, explore a wealth of information that reveals the essence of the city and guides you on a fun journey of discovery and adventure!

Trolley Stops

Hop on and off at any of our convenient stops.


Alamo Plaza

Nestled in San Antonio’s heart, Alamo Plaza is a historic haven, known for the legendary Alamo and its pivotal role in the Texas Revolution. Beyond the solemn Alamo Chapel, the plaza buzzes with lively shops, eateries, and vibrant street performances.


Japanese Tea Garden

Find serenity at the Japanese Tea Garden, a lush spot within Brackenridge Park transformed from a quarry in 1917.


San Antonio Zoo

Discover a wild adventure at the San Antonio Zoo, home to over 3,500 animals and a hub for conservation since 1914.


Witte Museum

Immerse yourself in Texas’ rich history at the Witte Museum, established in 1926, showcasing artifacts from prehistoric fossils to contemporary art.


Botanical Garden

Explore nature’s beauty at the Botanical Garden, a lush oasis with themed gardens since 1980, emphasizing conservation and biodiversity.


The Pearl

Discover the vibrant Pearl district, a lively hub with artisan shops, great cuisine, and the renowned Pearl Farmers Market, which evolved from a historic brewery dating back to 1881.


San Antonio Museum of Art

Explore art and culture at the San Antonio Museum of Art, located in a historic brewery along the Museum Reach of the River Walk, featuring a diverse collection spanning 5,000 years.


Veterans Memorial Park and the Tobin Center

Honor veterans at Veterans Memorial Park, adjacent to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, a renowned venue for incredible performances.


Buckhorn Saloon and E. Houston Street

Experience the Wild West at Buckhorn Saloon, a historic establishment since 1881, preserving the rugged charm of San Antonio’s frontier days.


Spanish Governor’s Palace

Transport yourself to the Spanish Colonial era at the Governor’s Palace, a living testament to San Antonio’s colonial heritage with stunning architecture and rich historical artifacts.


Historic Market Square

Dive into the lively atmosphere of Historic Market Square, the largest Mexican market in the U.S., offering a colorful experience with vibrant shops, delicious food, and festive events.


Tower of the Americas and Hemisfair Park

Rise above the city at the Tower of the Americas, an iconic part of the skyline since the 1968 World’s Fair, with Hemisfair Park nearby providing a delightful escape in the heart of the city.


The Alamo

Immerse yourself in history at the Alamo, a UNESCO World Heritage site and crucial symbol of Texan independence, resonating with echoes of the 1836 Texas Revolution.


Crockett Hotel

Experience historic charm at the Crockett Hotel, a landmark dating back to 1909, named after Davy Crockett, seamlessly blending classic elegance with modern comfort in the heart of downtown.

Tickets & Schedule

  • Start your adventure at any of our 14 convenient stops
  • BEST VIEW! Tallest vehicles allowed by law with stadium seating
  • Our trolleys are all weather – rain or shine, we got you covered
  • Comfortable padded seats
  • 100% live narration (no pre-recorded tours)
  • Most Frequent Pickup Service
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee


1 hour and 40 minutes (without getting off trolley)


Tours open daily.
9:30 am – 4:30 pm


You may hop on at any of our 14 stops.

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Join Our Cast

Join the ranks of the fun employed! When you travel to new destinations, it’s always best to have someone you can trust who knows the city inside and out. How would you like to be that person for the thousands that visit San Antonio every year?

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