Experience the best of America's Oldest City with this St. Augustine Trolley Tour Combo Package. Take advantage of St. Augustine Hop On Hop Off Trolley tickets with unlimited reboarding for the entire day. Plus, enjoy general admission access to the Old Jail, St. Augustine History Museum and the Oldest Store Museum. Come experience history like never before!
The tour begins at the Old Town Trolley depot located at 167 San Marco Avenue at the Authentic Old Jail, just north of downtown.
This St. Augustine combo package includes a 1-day pass on the Old Town Trolley Tour with unlimited hop on hop off privileges, one general admission ticket to the St. Augustine History Museum, one ticket for entry into the Old Jail, one ticket for entry into the Oldest Store Museum Experience, and more.
Free parking is available at the Old Town Trolley depot located at 167 San Marco Avenue at the Authentic Old Jail, just north of downtown. This package also includes complimentary hotel shuttle service and free beach shuttle to Alligator Farm and the beach.
The Old Town Trolley Tour is an 80-minute, narrated historic tour of downtown St. Augustine. The trolley tour features 22 stops where guests can get on and off to shop, dine or sightsee. The trolley covers 100 points of interest during its tour.
All of the tours are in English.
Trolleys come by every 15 to 20 minutes, though times may vary slightly doe to traffic conditions.
Just as the name implies, it's the Old Jail, a historic building constructed by railroad magnate Henry Flagler in 1891 to resemble a fine hotel. It served as the local jail until 1953 and is now a museum showcasing what life was like for prisoners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Only service dogs are allowed. Animal species other than dogs, emotional support animals, comfort animals, companionship animals, and service animals in training are not permitted.
Food and drinks are welcome. However alcoholic beverages are not allowed under any circumstance.
Wheelchair accessibility varies by location. - Old Town Trolley Tours has two wheelchair accessible trolleys. A person needing these trolleys can only board and exit the trolley at their main depot. - The Old Jail's first floor and exterior are easily accessible, however, because of its historic features there is no accessibility for wheelchair-bound visitors to the second floor. - St. Augustine History Museum has a wheelchair accessible entrance on the west side, and floors are accessible by elevator. - Oldest Store Museum is wheelchair accessible and has a ramp at the entrance to accommodate wheelchair users.
Yes, most regular size strollers can be accommodated, but they must be collapsible and remain with you at all times. Strollers may not be left unattended and in their own row.