Historic Trolley Tours

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Historic Trolley Tours

Enjoy a narrated tour of downtown Raleigh from an “old” point of view! The tour lasts approximately one hour. The trolley stops at
Mordecai Historic Park, Bicentennial Plaza, Glenwood South, Joel Lane Museum House and City Market. Passengers can de-board at these stops and re-board at no additional fee; seating is not guaranteed when re-boarding the trolley. Cost: $8 for adults, $4 for youth (7-17), free for children (six and under). Hours: the trolley leaves from Mordecai Historic Park every Sat., at 11am, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm (Mar.-Dec.); call or visit website to confirm.


Mordecai Historic Park is located in the heart of downtown Raleigh and is home to some of North Carolina's most extraordinary treasures, including the Mordecai House and the Birthplace of Andrew Johnson - 17th president of the United States. We also offer Raleigh Trolley tours on Saturdays.

Historic Trolley Tours, 1 Mimosa St
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