The Main Street Trolley consists of restored vintage trolley cars that offer views of downtown Memphis and the riverfront. ... More
Main Street Trolley
The Main Street Trolley consists of restored vintage trolley cars that offer views of downtown Memphis and the riverfront. One route runs up and down Main Street from the Pyramid to Central Station offering comfortable transportation to sights such as the Peabody Hotel , the Civil Rights Museum and Beale Street. The Riverfront Loop runs south down Main Street and crosses to Riverside drive providing an easy tour of Memphis and the Mississippi.
ME and my friends always use the trolley as a way to get around downtown memphis when we come to visit. All ages love riding in the trolleys. It is very cheap and worth while. In the winter is not always the best time to use them though because they are not heated.
The Main Street Trolly is an easy and VERY affordable way to get to all many hotspots in downtown Memphis. The trolly cars are so charming and pass by many very picturesque downtown locations. An all day pass is only $3.50!....much easier than trying to drive from one location to the next. Well worth the few pennies....especially for out-of-towners like myself....I would highly recommend a trip on the trolly to anyone visiting Memphis!
We visited Memphis for 3 days last month and the trolley was directly behind our hotel. There were several "questionable" people loitering near the trolley line at all times and one of the trolley drivers we had the pleasure of riding with, was extremely rude to everyone that boarded. The fare was reasonably priced, but with the above things I mentioned being considered, it wasn't worth our money.
We used the trolley to just travel around downtown Memphis and also went on the river tour trolley, which was not only informative, but was very charming and a lot of fun. We had a wonderful time and can't wait to go back. We will definitely use the trolleys again!
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