Key West Old Town Trolley
The Old Town Trolley tour has been entertaining guests to Key West since 1976. When you visit Key West, you will be on a U.S. island city, part of the Florida Keys archipelago. This is Florida's southernmost point, lying roughly 90 miles north of Cuba. Famed for its pastel-hued, conch-style houses, it's accessible from the mainland via the Overseas Highway.
Hop on the famed trolley and be introduced to Key West the best way you can as this is the only tour that completely goes around the entire island.
While on board you will be able to enjoy one of America largest Historic Districts while listening to over 100 points of interest along the way.
A short walk from your ship and the pier area to Mallory Square on Front Street will bring you to the ticket booth area for your tour to begin.
Linking stops are at the East Martello Fort where you can see Robert the Doll, a haunted child's toy, plus at Higgs beach and the West Martello Fort.
Hop on and off at any of the 13 stops located near the following: Hemingway House, Mallory Square, Key West Aquarium, Mel Fishers Treasures Museum, South Beach, Butterfly Nature Conservatory, Truman's Little White House, Sloppy Joe's Bar, Duval Street, Shipwreck Treasures Museum, Southernmost Point and Historic Seaport, to name a few.
The complete loop is approximately 90 minutes without getting off the trolley. Guests can hop on and off all day as much as they like as this tour is at your leisure.
Reviewer: Richard Rakowski
The trolley is a good way to get around Key West if you don't know the city. Easy on and easy off. I would definitely recommend to anyone visiting and wanting to see the sights of Key West. Every driver we had was funny and knowledgeable about their town.
Reviewer: Sandra Strang
The Key West Old Town Trolley picked us up in the town centre, which was very close to the cruise dock and within the shopping area. It was a hop on hop off tour so we decided to take a round trip tour to determine where to get off on the next leg. As it turned out, the stops were mostly for shopping and dining and there were no stops at informative centres or sites. It was still a very good way to see Key West in a comfortable open-air bus and we enjoyed the trip very much.
We want to thank SEG for their help with this excursion as the trolley company had changed ownership from the time we purchased our original excursion. The trolley driver was great, very entertaining and knowledgeable. You can get on and off with ease. Even if a trolley was full when it would come to a stop, they would send an addition trolley right away.