FAQs

Where does the Louisville Trolley Tour begin?

Our fun trolley tours begin and end at 4th & Jefferson St in downtown Louisville.  This is directly across the street from the Louisville Visitor Center.  GPS users can enter 301 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202.

Is the Louisville Trolley Tour a hop-on and hop-off kind of tour?

No.  Our goal is to provide you with an overview of the city so that we can show you as much as possible in 75 minutes.  We do stop at world-famous Churchill Downs for some photos.

Is the Louisville Trolley Tour narrated?

Yes.  Our knowledgeable tour guides will keep you entertained and informed for the entire tour.

What time are the Louisville Trolley Tours and how much does it cost?

Our fun trolley tours are Monday through Saturday and times depend on month and day.  We are always closed on Sundays.  Tickets are $24 for adults, $20 for military and for seniors 65 years and older.  Kids 10 years or less are only $12.

Where do I buy tickets for Trolley tours? Can I make reservations?

You can buy tickets for the Louisville Trolley Tour online or in person.  If you’re buying tickets in person then simply purchase them directly from the driver or at the Louisville Visitor Center with cash or credit (cash is preferred by the drivers for a quicker transaction).  Tickets are first come / first served.  If you wish to purchase tickets in advance then you can do that online.  Purchasing online is the only way to reserve your seats on a tour in advance and must be purchased at least one day prior to your tour.  If buying online, simply have your confirmation email available on your device or as a print out and present it to the driver of the tour.

Are there restroom stops along the way on the Louisville Trolley Tour?

No.  We do not stop for restroom breaks during the 75 minute tours.  We advise all passengers to use the restroom before departing.

Will I see Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby on my Louisville Trolley Tour?

Yes, we do go to the world’s most famous horse racing track.  And we also tour America’s largest Victorian neighborhood called “Old Louisville” (also known as America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood!!).

Did You Know? Louisville is in Jefferson County which is named after Thomas Jefferson