Old Town Trolley Tour
The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, our tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions.
- Exciting, fully narrated tour of Key West
- 1 day of free unlimited re-boarding / hop on & off
- FREE admission to the Sails of Rails Museum included with ticket
- FREE coupons worth up to $50 in discounts
- Open-air sightseeing perfect for taking pictures
Tours Daily 364 days a year.
(We are closed the last Saturday in October for Fantasy Fest)
Tours depart at least every 30 minutes.
Length of tour:
1 hour and 30 minutes if you ride the tour all the way around without getting off and on.
All schedules are subject to change.
Hop on and off at any of our 13 convenient stops.
Stop 1: Mallory Square; Stop 1a: Truman Little White House; Stop 2: Historic Waterfront/Mac’s Sea Garden; Stop 3: Simonton & Green Streets; Stop 4: Duval Street/Crowne Plaza La Concha; Stop 5: Bahama Village; Stop 6: Fairfield Inn; Stop 7: Roosevelt Station at Gates Hotel; Stop 8: Hampton Inn; Stop 9: East Martello Fort/Robert the Doll; Stop 10: Casa Marina Resort & Beach House; Stop 11: Southernmost Point Trolley Stop; Stop 12: Truval Village; Stop 13: Angela Street Depot
Stop 1 – Mallory Square
Inside Mallory Square (between Shell Warehouse and Sponge Market)
Stop 3 – Simonton Row
Corner of Simonton and Greene Streets
Stop 12 – Truval Village
Corner of Truman Avenue and Duval Street
Stop 13 – Angela Street
Corner of Angela and Duval Streets
There’s no better way to see all of Key West than with Old Town Trolley Tours.
The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, our tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions. See Key West’s first tourist attraction, the Key West Aquarium, which was also the world’s first open air aquarium. Cross the street and you’ll find yourself back in the 1800s at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, learning about how Key West became one of the richest cities in the US. The Oldest House Museum is also nearby; it is one of the many beautifully restored homes that are open to the public in Key West.
Stop by the Ernest Hemingway House Museum where he is rumored to have written A Farewell to Arms — and don’t forget to look for the 6 or 7 toed cats! Marvel at the beautiful species of butterflies in the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, and wander next door to the Southernmost House Mansion and Museum, known for its 19th century architecture and tropical gardens. Cool off with a drink at the famous Sloppy Joe’s Bar or Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville in the Old Town area. But don’t leave Key West until you’ve watched the sunset from Mallory Square, a truly memorable experience!