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2-Day Old Town Trolley Tour

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Old Town Trolley Tours is the best way to see the city. The tour is also designed so that you can hop on and off and explore on your own at any time. Our fleet of orange and green trolleys travel frequently throughout San Diego and over the iconic San Diego-Coronado Bridge to Coronado on a continuous 25-mile loop visiting various neighborhoods with 11 destination stops.

As you explore the scenic coastal landscape, you’ll learn why San Diego is called “America’s Finest City.” Since 1989, Old Town Trolley Tours has provided sightseeing tours highlighting the best of San Diego.

Your 2-Day Old Town Trolley Tour Includes:

  • 2 consecutive** days of free unlimited re-boarding
  • Hop on & off at 11 Old Town Trolley stops
  • Trolley ticket includes 10 museums* ($20 value)
  • Free discount coupons ($30 value)
  • Open-air sightseeing perfect for taking pictures
  • More than 100 points of interest
  • Only hop-on and off tour over the bridge to Coronado
  • San Diego’s largest fleet with the most frequent service
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • FREE map brochure with day planner
  • Kids Free in October. One Free Child per Adult.

San Diego Old Town Trolley Tours

Hop aboard one of our trolleys and you’ll experience Transportainment, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment. Our friendly conductors narrate the San Diego tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories. It will be our pleasure to guide you through the birthplace of California on one of our orange and green trolleys.

Old Town Trolley Tours is the best way to see the city. Because we showcase the best of San Diego and Coronado, you can avoid costly parking and city driving. The tour is also designed so that you can hop on and off and explore on your own at any time. With frequent pickups at all our stops, this helps you avoid walking long distances.

Free Museums* with Your Old Town Trolley Ticket:

  • Coronado Historical Museum – Stop I
  • Timken Museum of Art – Stop J
  • San Diego Firehouse Museum – Stop K
  • Mormon Battalion Museum – Stop A
  • Seeley Stable Museum/California State Park – Stop A
  • Old Town Railroad Museum – Stop A
  • San Diego Chinese Historical Museum – Stop E
  • San Diego History Center – Stop J
  • Veterans Museum Balboa Park  – Stop J
  • Hotel Del Coronado/Ice House Museum – Stop I

Old Town Trolley Stops in San Diego

Hop on and off at any of our 11 convenient stops.

  • A
    Old Town Market
  • B
    Maritime Museum
  • C
    Embarcadero Marina
  • D
    Seaport Village
  • E
    Marriott Marquis and Marina
  • F
    Gaslamp Quarter
  • G
    East Convention Center – Petco Park and Hilton Bayfront
  • H
    Barrio Logan
  • I
    Coronado / Orange Avenue
  • J
    Balboa Park / Zoo
  • K
    Little Italy

Booth Locations

Stop A - Old Town 4010 Twiggs St.

Stop C - Embarcadero 1004 N. Harbor Drive

Stop D - Seaport Village 825 West Harbor Drive

Stop F - Gaslamp Quarter 4th and Island Ave.

Stop I - Coronado – Orange Ave. 1107 Orange Ave.


Old Town Trolley Tours

Tours open daily.

October 30 – March 12
9am – 5pm
Last tour departs Old Town at 3pm finishing up approximately at 5pm.

March 13 – October 29
9am – 6pm
Last tour departs Old Town at 4pm finishing up approximately at 6pm.

Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Times vary depending on season.

Download trolley schedule

Special Event Dates
(Events may cause delays, closed streets & tour stops)
Memorial Weekend, Rock-N-Roll Marathon, Independence Day, Comic Con, AFC Half Marathon, Labor Day Weekend, December Nights.


*Trolley ticket must be used on consecutive days. Free museums valid for two consecutive days from date of purchase. Some museums offer free admission. Others are free due to the partnership with Old Town Trolley Tours. Other restrictions may apply. Free museums have no cash value and are not refundable and non-transferable. Certain museums may have limited days and hours. Please call the museum for more information.

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