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    A wonderful way to see Key West. We could get on and off at any of 12 stops. The drivers were polite,entertaining and educational. I have been on Old Time Trolleys in St Augustine, Savannah,Boston and Key West and they were all great.

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    We rode on Old Town Trolley as part of our transport into Key West from our Carnival Cruise. Our driver back to the ship was Amazing. Louie was gracious and hilariously entertaining!

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    Very good way to see Key West. $24 per adult, good for 2 days. Can get on/off at 12 stops as often as you like. Trolleys come about every 30 minutes; they will get extra trolley if too crowded. Stops running around 4:30-5PM. My kids 3 and 5 years old were free.

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    A nice way to take an introductory tour around Key West so you know what to hit on your trip.

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    First off I want to say we have twin girls and the trolley staff was beyond helpful in lugging around our dual stroller which weighs roughly 30 pounds. If you want to learn anything about this island this is the route to go. We took the trolley the first two days we were here to learn the island and see where we wanted to go. It stops at all the hot spots. Make sure you book online to save a couple of bucks. We stayed at the Holiday Inn right at the entrance of Key West and rumor has it it’ll cost you $30 bucks to take a cab to Duval St. I recommend the $26 online fee and you can ride all day until 4:30 p.m. when the final tour starts.