Cheyenne Trolley Tours Cheyenne
Where are we going today?
If you're a local or a family visiting for the first time, you will still get a kick out of experiencing the Cheyenne Trolley Tours! It's a GREAT way to get to know the city otherwise knowns as the "Magic City of the Plains"
And magical it is!
The Cheyenne Trolley Tours will take your family on a tour of the most interesting and historic sites in the entire city. Veteran conductors will give you some fun and lively narration, which means you're learning all about the city and it's stories as you go!
Whilst the tours on the weekends and holidays are continuous, the weekday tours allow you to "hop on hop off" as you please, so you can spend anywhere from 90 minutes to an entire day exploring the city!
The Cheyenne Trolley Tours begin with fascinating stories of the old railroad buildings, as you will be departing from the Depot. Then, you will journey through the city's historic districts, which give the kids a glimpse at the western & railroad heritage that the city has.
Looping through the city, you will stop at seven of the city's great attractions - from the Governors' Mansion, to the State Capitol building and even the Botanic Gardens. There is so much of the city to explore!
If you're around in October, you can take on the spooky Ghost Tours, where you can experience bumps in the night as you explore the paranormal passages of Cheyenne. Boo! For something a bit lighter if you're around in December the Christmas Lights Tour is always a fun addition to your day!
Spend some time getting to know the city you’re in with Cheyenne Trolly Tours!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 12 years get free museum entry
When can we go?
5 tours a day weekdays. 3 on Sat. 2 on Sunday.
7 days a week. May to September
The tours are great for school groups! You can book a time that suits your schedule, or even customize a tour for you! .
Of course you can bring your own food and drink - you'll need your energy!.
Bring bottled water to keep you hydrated! .
Any Top Tips?
The weekday trolley tours allow you to get on and off at the 7 attractions - so you can stay the full 90 minutes, or extend it into a full day and explore the city at your leisure! Not available weekends and holidays. .
Need a little extra help?
Service animals are allowed on the tour. Give them a call to discuss wheelchairs. .
Strollers are allowed on board if there are open seats to store it, otherwise there isn't any rooms. .
Reservations aren't actually accepted, but you can purchase tickets on the phone via credit card to secure your spot. .
What people are saying?
by J Amundson
Absolutely beautiful! A perfect weekend in a gorgeous bed and breakfast. The furniture and attention to detail were wonderful. The staff were friendly and we felt right at home. Absolutely no complaints. I can hardly wait to go back!
by Joshua Haynes
$22 for Christmas Tea. Jim was going to charge full price for my 3 and 6 year old. $44 for my 6 year old to have a cup of tea and maybe one cookie, and my 3 year old to eat a cookie is ridiculous. We had four adults already willing to pay, but Jim was insistent on charging full price for my two little ones. He then wanted to charge my credit card for a week out cancellation (and we even called the day of to confirm cancellation). I don't think he had my credit card numer, however, and tried to fish a credit card number from me on the phone pretending...Read More
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Great accommodations and reasonably priced. Fantastic restoration and immaculate gardens.
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We went here on my wedding night and it was absolutely perfect. The breakfast in the morning was very tasty as well. I would highly recommend the Nagle Warren Mansion for anyone celebrating a special occasion.
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by Joshua Haynes
$22 for Christmas Tea. Jim was going to charge full price for my 3 and 6 year old. $44 for my 6 year old to have a cup of tea and maybe one cookie, and my 3 year old to eat a cookie is ridiculous. We had four adults already willing to pay, but Jim was insistent on charging full price for my two little ones. He then wanted to charge my credit card for a week out cancellation (and we even called the day of to confirm cancellation). I don't think he had my credit card numer, however, and tried to fish a credit card number from me on the phone pretending that he already had one. I don't remember giving one during the original booking, but I guess we'll see on next month's statement.
Bottom line: This was a dishonest and greedy display of a business "professional."