People wondering what to do in San Diego can benefit from a trip on a hop-on-hop-off trolley tour of the city. With stops throughout the city, riding on these open air trolleys is a fun and scenic way to explore many of the top things to do in San Diego.
Old Town Trolley Tours has stops at Old Town, the USS Midway, Seaport Village, the Convention Center, Horton Plaza, Gaslamp Quarter, the Hilton Bayfront, McP’s pub in Coronado, El Prado in Balboa Park, and Little Italy. There are countless fun things to do in San Diego and a trolley tour hits up many of the city’s hottest destinations. Tours depart from each destination every half hour between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM during the summer (9:00 to 5:00 other times of the year), allowing you to hop off and spend some time at each spot.
Get a taste of San Diego history at Old Town or Balboa Park, shop for souvenirs in Seaport Village or Horton Plaza, explore downtown in the Gaslamp Quarter, and cross over the iconic Coronado Bridge to enjoy the coast or lounge by the Hotel Del. Every stop offers excellent shopping and dining along with photo opportunities to commemorate this amazing day.
Prices for Old Town Trolley Tours start at $39.95 per person, and locals ride free if they accompany a paying guest, making it ideal for a FunGig. The one day pass allows guests to get on and off the trolley at their convenience, as many times as they want. While riding, passengers get even more information about the city and the landmarks they pass thanks to entertaining commentary from the driver.
The open air trolleys allow passengers to really enjoy the perfect San Diego weather while having unobstructed views of landmarks like Petco Park, the California Tower at the Museum of Man, the Organ Pavilion, the Hotel del Coronado, and much more. If you are looking for a little adventure combined with your sightseeing, this is the way to do it.
Funseekers are able to experience a whirlwind tour of several of the most popular destinations in San Diego while also being able to step off and further explore areas that pique their interest. Funbassadors can reserve spots on the trolley and help the Funseekers find some hidden gems in each area and learn what to do in San Diego.