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Old Town Trolley Tours

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When you visit a new city, you want to experience it in unusual ways.  Well, have you ever thought of seeing San Diego from the window of a trolley? That’s right! San Diego has trolley tours! It’s a great way to see the city at your own pace. You can hop on or off anytime, to check out your surroundings, have a bite to eat, or pick up a few souvenirs. When you’re ready, hop back on the trolley and head off to your next destination. With a trolley tour, you avoid having to drive around an unfamiliar city and pay outrageous parking rates…or worse, getting lost! The trolley is hands down one of the best and most fun ways to see San Diego!

Get your discounted Trolley Tour tickets here!

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Old Town Trolley’s fleet of colorful orange-and-green trolleys travel on a continuous loop with four different stops. Start your tour at any one of our convenient stops and tour throughout the entire day. Depending on your start time, you may also use your ticket to enjoy your tour in segments by hopping off and on at one or two of our beach tour locations on the loop. Each stop offers a unique aspect for you to explore. Tours arrive and depart approximately every hour.

Beach Stops: Old Town, Mount Soledad, La Jolla, Mission Beach/Belmont Park

Tour operates Thursday through Monday, Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

Buy Tickets: Click here

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All tours are included, whether it is the Seal Tour, Beach Tour, or Classic Trolley Tour!

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Old Town Trolley’s NEW Beach Tour:

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Old Town Trolley Tours can get you to some of the most popular beach spots in Southern California where you can experience it all. This 90-110 minute, 24 mile continuous beach shuttle also offers some great music, stories, history and views to make the ride just as enjoyable as the beaches. For more information click HERE

Old Town Trolley Seal Tour:

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Splash into San Diego’s most unique sightseeing adventure! Both tour bus and boat, the San Diego SEAL Tour journeys through San Diego by land AND sea. Their unique “Hydra-Terra” amphibious vehicles are Coast Guard approved, ensuring you a safe, one of a kind experience. Your fully narrated tour will depart from San Diego’s Seaport Village on Harbor Drive or next to Tall Ship, Star of India, at the Maritime Museum, and will tour the historic streets of San Diego before making its way into San Diego’s Big Bay. Once you splash into the Big Bay you will glide by Navy ships, tugboats and fishing vessels throughout the harbor as you listen to stories of early sailors. Not only will you experience the history and picturesque scenery of “America’s Finest City,” you will also get an up close encounter with San Diego’s California sea lions and other natural wildlife!

Don’t miss this exciting, entertaining adventure of a lifetime to see America’s Finest City as you have never dreamed it before!

SEAL Tours depart from Seaport Village and at the Star of India at the Maritime Museum.

www.trolleytours.com/san-diego (619) 298-8687

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One thought on “Old Town Trolley Tours

  1. I haven’t eaten at the Tractor in over a year so I didn’t want to venture into it. But I supspoe it’s fair to let people know that they may be redirected there if the wait at Hash House is really long (the Tractor is the sister restaurant a few blocks down the street). It’s pretty much the same deal huge portions, young crowd. Which did you like better? The Tractor or the Hash House?

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