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RVA Trolley Tours
1301 E Cary St
Richmond
VA
23219
Tel: 804-971-2685

Directions

Everyone is picked up at either the Richmond Visitor's Center at 405 North 3rd St, or the SEGWAY store at 1301 East Cary St

Where are we going today?

Whether you are a Richmond native, or just passing through, taking a trolley tour of the city should be a must on everyone's list! That's where RVA Trolley Tours come in!

RVA Trollies offer families a way to see another side to the city, in a fun and unique way! Jump on, and get ready for an entertaining, historical and fascinating experience.

RVA Trollies have a number of tours for you to choose from, so you can make sure you pick the one that's perfectly suited for your family.

If it's history that you love, then there are two great tours to choose from. The RVA Trolley Landmark Tour gives you 2 hours of history, going back through 400 years of stories and events. Richmond is one of the oldest and most fascinating cities in the USA, so there is a lot to learn!

You'll learn all about the landmarks of the city, see the riverfront and see the great architecture.

For another side of history, you can enjoy a 2-hour tour through the Hollywood Cemetery, with incredible views of the river.

For those history buffs who have a green thumb too, the Plantation Tours are for you! Here you can walk in the footsteps of THREE US Presidents as you visit their homes, and even see the site of the very first Thanksgiving that was held - EVER in the states! (Kids, this was back in 1619!)

For the parents, there are even wine and beer tours.

So see and hear about a side of Richmond you might not have known before.  A great way to explore the city, and a great way to explore with kids!

Buckle up!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $35 per person
  • ChildrenSame as adult
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Each tour time varies so check when you book

Most tours all year round

Teachers corner

It's a great history lesson, and they offer private charters for up to 3 hours so why not book it out for the students!.

I'm Hungry!

It's best to grab lunch before or after your tour, to keep those tummies filled!.

Healthy Eating!

Keep bottled water and healthy snacks in your bag. With the tours being 2 hours, kids might get restless if they are hungry or dehydrated. .

Any Top Tips?

Don't forget that camera! you might want to bring a hat and sunscreen too on those hotter days.

Doing our bit

They not only offer fascianting insights into a beautiful city, but they offer you a comfortable trolley with cushioned seats and air conditioning. .

Need a little extra help?

Speak to a member of staff before you book if you have any questions about accessibility, .

More information

You can buy tickets online, or from the addresses listed in the Directions section, as well as phoning. .

What people are saying?

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    Buck is great. At the last minute, he helped my wife and I with transportation to our wedding. Everyone was coming from out of town, so having a piece of Richmond history to transport our guests was the perfect touch. Everyone was responsive, on time, and hospitable. I couldn't think of a better group to work with.

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    That lady at the front desk was rude, unfriendly and didn't even smile. When me and my friend came up there she looked and talked to us like we didn't belong there , she didn't present good customer service at all.

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    Had a great time in the city and loved driving the Segway. Highly recommend as a quick and fun way of getting to know any city.

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    I went on the free tour they had at the vcu sustainability day. When I first signed up for it I was scared I was going to fall off, crash, or just plain dislike it, but that wasn't the case. This was far more fun than I was anticipating.

    At first I was hesitant, but once I got use to it I found myself wanting to own a segway. The hardest parts for me in order of difficulty were getting moving/on the first time, stopping the first couple times, and getting off the first time.

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    After 10 minutes getting used to the equipment is was pure fun to ride to different sites in down town Richmond. I can't wait to go on my next Segway tour.

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