Anchorage City Trolley Tours Anchorage
Where is it at?
Anchorage City Trolley Tours
546 W 4th Ave
Tel: 907 276 5603
Where are we going today?
All aboard! It's nearly time to see the largest city in Alaska in a new, fun and unusual way! Anchorage City Trolley Tours can take you on a super fun journey of the city of Anchorage on board the very first trolley in the city!
All you need to do is hop on, and they will do the rest! As you make your way around 15 miles of the city's sights, a friendly and informative guide will be there on hand to ensure you have all the latest facts of the city (and maybe some humor thrown in there too!).
The guide can show you the how and where of how those in Alaska live, you can explore the Alaska Railroad, and even experience Lake Hood, which is the busiest and largest floatplane base in the world!
Kids can learn all about the history of the people and the city, as well as all about the present day. It's not just history but culture too, with scenic viewpoints and amazing views such as the ocean and mountains thrown in.
Have you ever been to a park called Earthquake Park? That's on the list too!
One thing that is always fun for kids to do is try and spot the most famous of all Alaskan residents - can you guess who it is? It's the mighty urban moose of course!
Anchorage City Trolley Tours are a great way to see off the beaten path, but still explore all that is great in the city. It's your ticket to your adventure of the Last Frontier!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 3 years if on the lap of an adult
When can we go?
First tours always at 9am. Check the schedule when you book!
May to September
There are plenty of places in the city to grab something to eat before or after your great tour!.
Have a bottle of water on you, and maybe take some healthy snacks for the kids .
Any Top Tips?
Check in 20 minutes before your tour. If you're there 5 minutes early you might need to re-schedule. .
Need a little extra help?
They have one trolley that is Handicap accessible, this is best pre booked..
They can accommodate strollers but they must be collapsable .
What people are saying?
by Rosemary D
I've lived in Anchorage for 30 years but I still learned facts I didn't know about our city when I took this tour. I thought it was interesting, informative and a good value. It takes just under an hour so it is easy to slot into nearly any itinerary.
by Rosemarie Renda
Not worth $20...boring sites