Saint Louis, MO

Experience St. Louis With A Trolley Tour

Kyle Smith
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Whether it's your first time in St. Louis or if you've lived in the area for a while, one of the best ways to get to know the area is on a trolley tour. Thankfully, you can spend 90 minutes seeing all the sights in the comfort of an air-conditioned trolley. You'll also have a tour guide to tell you everything you need to know and keep you entertained too.

While on the tour the following landmarks and locations are highlighted: the Missississippi River, the St. Louis Arch, Busch Stadium, Millionaire's Row, St. Louis Union Station, Forest Park, downtown St. Louis, the Edward Jones Dome and much, much more.

The ticket prices are as of publishing are $22 for adults, $20 for senior citizens and military, $10 for children ages 2-12 and infants 0-2 are free of charge. You're allowed to bring a drink and snack on the bus, which is highly recommended on hot summer days. Tours start at 10 am, noon, 2 pm and 4 pm from Lumiere Place Casino.You can buy tickets for the trolley tour in the gift shop.

My husband and I did this as the first thing we did in St. Louis, and it was perfect! Sharon was a great guide and we loved getting a quick overview of everything in the city! The A/C worked great on our trolley and the padding on the seats was comfortable for us. We learned a lot of history and got some food and attraction suggestions and pointers. We stopped for 5 minutes to view the mosaic ceiling at the Basilica, and that was a true treat! A fun thing to do to get acquainted with the city! Jessica V.
The St. Louis Fun Tours trolley leaves from the main entrance of Lumiere Place Casino at 999 North Second Street, St. Louis 63102. You can call 314-241-1400 for more information or visit the St. Louis Fun Trolley website here. To book a tour just click here.

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