2018 Trolley Tours
The Jacksonville Trolley provides an easy way to learn a little of Jacksonville’s history while also seeing our lovingly maintained historic structures. The narrated history tour takes you through all of the historic areas of town and lasts approximately 45 minutes. You can meet the trolley at the corner of North Oregon & C Street at the Visitor Information Center.
Five tours a day departing at 10:30 am, 11:30, 12:30 am, 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm from the corner of North Oregon & C Streets at the Visitor Information Center
- Fare is $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children (no charge for children held on laps)
- Tickets can be purchased from the driver or at the Visitor Information Center – 185 North Oregon next to the Post Office, Corner of North Oregon & C Streets
- No advance ticket sales or reservations – Tickets are only sold the day of the tour
No Air Conditioning – This is a trolley, not a tour bus. So there is no air conditioning. We keep all of the windows open and have added fans to help with the heat. We also have some personal fans/misters you are welcome to use as well as cold bottled water for purchase. (All proceeds from water sales goes to the Trolley Fund.)
Private Tours & Rentals
The trolley is also available for private rental. Take your guests on a tour of discovery as the people, places, and events that lie hidden in the history of Jacksonville are revealed, or simply convey them from one location to another.
The trolley holds 20 people. Tour groups are encouraged to book private tours as we will not reserve the trolley for groups paying individual fares.
Private narrated tours during regular tour days start at $150.
Private narrated tours not during regular tour days and Event Transportation starts at $280 Weekdays and $350 Weekends.
For information call the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce at 541-899-8118
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