San Diego and Coronado's Only Hop-On & Hop-Off City Tour
Enjoy "America’s Finest City" on a two-hour, fully narrated, historic city tour of San Diego and Coronado aboard a uniquely themed trolley. The tour covers approximately 25 miles and over 100 points of interest in a fast-paced two-hour narrative. Guests can hop on and off at a couple stops and tour at their own pace throughout the day. Tour stops include: Old Town (4010 Twiggs St), San Diego Harbor, Seaport Village, Horton Plaza, Marriott/Convention Center, Gaslamp Quarter, Hilton Bayfront, Coronado, Little Italy and Balboa Park. The Old Town Trolley city tour combines colorful anecdotes, humorous stories and well-researched historical information! A trip to San Diego isn't complete without touring on the Old Town Trolley Tour!
Tour at Your Own Pace
Depending on your start time, you may use your ticket to enjoy your tour in segments by hopping off at one or more of our 11 distinctive stops on the loop. Each stop offers a unique aspect of San Diego for you to explore. When you are ready to continue your tour, simply hop on the next available trolley. Trolleys arrive and depart approximately every 30 minutes. The number of stops you can explore in one day depends on the time of year that you are touring and the amount of time you have on the day of your tour. For your convenience, we offer two-day passes as well as discounted Old Town Trolley and SEAL Tour Combination Packages! Please ask our staff at any of our Trolley stops how to best plan your day.
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