Best Cheap Family Thrills 

Old Pueblo Trolley

Staff Pick

The Roaring '20s was the golden era of trolley car travel in Tucson. The final run of car No. 10 was on Dec. 30, 1930. Fortunately, a group of folks got together to bring the trolley back to life in Tucson. Kids will dig it! The rumble of the trolley, the clang, clang, clang of the bell and the interesting sights along the way will keep the little ones on their toes. Adults will appreciate the low cost of giving their kids a thrill from the past. Kids ride for 50 cents each way. Adults are $1, and on Sunday, everyone rides for just a quarter. The Old Pueblo Trolley runs from the corner of Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue to the corner of University Boulevard and Tyndall Avenue, weekends only.
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