Cheyenne Trolley FAQs


Assigned seating is 6' apart

Trolley is cleaned between tours

Hand sanitizer available, a disposable mask will be provided if needed. 

Where does the trolley go?

The tours begin with tales from our railroad beginnings, departing from the historic Depot Buildings in the heart of downtown Cheyenne. The journey takes you through Cheyenne's historic districts, providing a fascinating glimpse of the area's unbridles beginnings and the development of this western town.   You'll travel past many buildings and homes that once belonged to cattle barons when Cheyenne was the wealthiest city per capita in the nation.  It also takes you by steam engines #1242 Ole Sadie. There's no better way to be introduced to the area. See the Tickets page for more information.

Am I able to get on and off as I like?
The weekday trolley tours allow passengers to get on and off at the seven of Cheyenne's great attractions. You can ride for the narrated 90 minute tour, or get on and off at the attractions throughout the day, exploring Cheyenne at your leisure. If you get off, the trolley will return in 90 minutes for you to reboard. See trolley schedule. The get on/get off privilege is not available during weekend or holiday tours (for instance Labor Day).

Are the tours narrated?
Yes, you will receive a great overview of Cheyenne, learning tidbits of our western, railroad & cattle baron past, as well as highlights of today. You will get a great introduction to our city and all it has to offer.

How much does the trolley wild west tours cost?
Adult pass = $12.00.      
Children age 12 and under = $6. Children free entrance to all museums.         
Trolley Plus Pass = $19, allows  admittance (2 days)  into CFD Old west Museum, The Nelson Museum of the West and The Cheyenne Depot Museum. 

Do I need to purchase tickets in advance?
It's always a good idea to purchase tickets in advance  because there is a limited seating. Most often you can just stop into the Visitor Center and purchase a ticket for the upcoming tour.  Tickets can be purchased on this site or on the phone with a credit card, 800-426-5009  or 307-778-3133.  See the Tickets page for full details.

What forms of payments do you accept?
Cash, check, travelers check and the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, & Discover.

Do you offer any discounts?
Trolley Coupon for
Daily Historic Tours only.

Where is the best place to park my car?
The Parking Garage takes up a full block. It is between 16th St/Lincolnway and 17th St, and between Carey Ave & Pioneer Ave.
Turn north off of 16th St aka Lincolnway onto Carey Ave. Turn left/west mid block  into the garage.

Another free option is a lot  located 2 blocks west of the Depot Building at 15th Street and Thomes Ave, beside Gunslinger Square. (There is a charge during Frontier Days; the proceeds go to Boy Scouts).

Street parking is an option, but be aware of time allowances.

Are food and drink permitted?
You bet! Please be tidy.

Are the trolleys heated and air-conditioned?
Yes, however, during extremely hot and cold days such a large vehicle may not maintain consistent interior temperatures. Dress for the weather.

Are tours cancelled in bad weather?
Not often, but safety is always first.

Are there bathrooms on the trolley?
Unfortunately no, and time constraints prohibit us from making unscheduled stops, so please use the bathroom before boarding. There are public restrooms in the depot.

Can our group sit together?

Can I bring a stroller on board the trolley?
Only if there are open seats, otherwise there's no room to store it. There are no seatbelts on the trolleys.

Are pets allowed on the Trolley?
Only service animals.

Can I reserve the trolley for a private tour?
Absolutely! You can customize the route to your needs. The trolleys are often used for conventions or group shuttles. We can offer specialized city tours for reunions or clubs. It's ideal for weddings or parties. We  also offer ghost tours or holiday light tours. Charters

Are there limitations where the trolley can go?
We are required to stay within Laramie County, and of course we will only travel on roads we deem safe. We have no problem driving on the interstate.

I still have questions. Now what?
Please contact us! That information is on our Contact page, or call us at 307-778-3133 or 800-426-5009.