ANCHORAGE TROLLEY TOURS

tour Highlights

POINT WORONZOF

Welcome to Point Woronzof, a hidden gem right outside of Downtown Anchorage that offers some of the best views in
the city! Perched on the edge of a bluff overlooking
the Knik Arm, Point Woronzof offers a panoramic
view of the city skyline, Cook Inlet, and the
surrounding Chugach mountains.

On a clear day, visitors can see the majestic Denali in the distance or the iconic Mount Susitna, known locally as “The Sleeping Lady”. But that’s not all – Point Woronzof is also an excellent place to view the bustling Anchorage International Airport in action. Watch planes take off and land as they make their way to and from the Last Frontier.

So take in the stunning views from Point Woronzof –
it’s one of Anchorage’s most spectacular vistas. Come join us on the Deluxe Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience the beauty and excitement of Point Woronzof for yourself!

So take in the stunning views from Point Woronzof – it’s one of Anchorage’s most spectacular vistas. Come join us on the Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience the beauty and excitement of Point Woronzof for yourself!

SHIP CREEK

Introducing Ship Creek, one of Anchorage’s most historic and picturesque attractions! The creek has played a critical role in Anchorage’s growth and development, and has become a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

Originally used as a transportation hub for gold miners during the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s, today it’s a recreational hotspot for fishermen and wildlife enthusiasts. Watch as salmon leap out of the water, and keep an eye out for some of Anchorage’s famous wildlife, such as bald eagles and moose. The creek is also home to the Alaska Railroad, and visitors can catch a glimpse of the trains passing through as they cross over the historic Ship Creek Bridge.

DELUXE ONLY

CAPTAIN COOK STATUE AND MOUNT SUSITNA VIEWPOINT

Witness the Stunning Views of Resolution Park!

Located in downtown Anchorage, the statue features a commanding view of the city and offers stunning views of Mount Susitna in the distance. The statue honors Captain James Cook, the British explorer who charted much of Alaska’s coastline in 1778. Standing tall above the bustling downtown area, the statue is located in a central and easily accessible spot, allowing you to take in the breathtaking view of Mount Susitna and the surrounding areas. This is a must-visit destination for history buffs and photography enthusiasts alike.

LAKE HOOD SEAPLANE BASE: THE JEWEL OF ANCHORAGE

As the largest and busiest seaplane base in the world, Lake Hood truly is a sight to behold. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be in awe of the stunning planes and gorgeous surroundings. Watch planes take off and land on the shimmering waters of Lake Hood, and take a stroll down the boardwalk to admire the scenery.

Originally built in the 1930s, the base has played a critical role in Anchorage’s transportation and trade development. Today, it has become a bustling hub for aviation enthusiasts from all over the world, and visitors are often treated to a stunning show of planes taking off and landing.

All aboard to the Historic Alaska Railroad Depot!

Get ready to step back in time and experience the golden age of rail travel at the Alaska Railroad Depot. Anchorage’s iconic landmark served as a transportation hub for workers who came to build the Alaska Railroad in the early 20th century. Since then, the depot has undergone several renovations, culminating in the construction of the present-day depot in the 1940s. Today, visitors can admire the stunning architecture and soak in the rich history of one of Anchorage’s most cherished landmarks. Don’t miss out on this exciting journey through time at the Alaska Railroad Depot – it’s a must-visit destination for any Anchorage visitor!

Welcome to Earthquake Park, one of Anchorage’s most unique and fascinating destinations! As you walk through the park, you’ll be transported back in time to the infamous 1964 earthquake that devastated the area.

Measuring at 9.2 on the Richter scale, the earthquake rocked Alaska and caused a massive landslide that destroyed a large part of Anchorage. But what you might not know is that the land here was once home to a residential area that was completely destroyed by the natural disaster, now only resembling the shockwaves of the quake, frozen in time. Through preservation efforts and careful design, Earthquake Park now stands as a testament to the power of nature and the resilience of the Anchorage community.

Get ready to experience some of the most breathtaking wildlife sightings you’ll ever see with Anchorage Trolley Tours! Our tours provide the perfect opportunity to encounter Alaska’s incredible and diverse wildlife in their natural habitats. Keep your eyes peeled for majestic moose, gigantic salmon, and stunning bald eagles as they soar through the sky. And if you’re lucky, you might even spot one of Anchorage’s ultra-rare city bears! With frequent and exciting wildlife sightings, Anchorage Trolley Tours offers an experience you won’t forget – so come join us and get ready to be awe-struck by the natural beauty of Alaska.

Welcome to Delaney Park Strip, a green oasis located in the heart of Anchorage! This 1.5-mile-long park is a perfect getaway for locals and tourists alike. Visitors can enjoy a picnic on the grass, play frisbee or soccer, take a leisurely walk, or enjoy the breathtaking view of the surrounding Chugach Mountains.

Originally designed as an airfield for the city’s early aviators, the park soon became a recreational area after World War II. Today, it’s a popular destination for local festivals and events, including the Fur Rendezvous in the winter and summer concerts in the park.

Take a stroll through the park and enjoy the beautiful gardens and memorials, or head over to the baseball fields and watch a game. With so much to see and do, you’ll want to plan for an entire afternoon at Delaney Park Strip!

While you’re at the Delaney Park Strip, be sure to check out the home of one of Anchorage’s most beloved residents – Star the Reindeer. As a gentle and friendly ambassador for her species, Star loves to interact with visitors and pose for pictures, making her a favorite among both locals and tourists alike.
Star has been an Anchorage tradition for over 20 years, with new reindeers taking up the mantle once the previous star had retired from duty. Star frequently makes an appearance on the park strip, as well as various Anchorage festivals and events, keeping her in the public eye as the most beloved reindeer in all of Alaska.

AND MUCH MORE !

Our Anchorage Trolley Tour is the perfect way to see the best of what Anchorage has to offer! In addition to visiting Anchorage’s iconic landmarks such as the Alaska Railroad Depot, Lake Hood Seaplane Base, Captain Cook Statue, Point Woronzof, Delaney Park Strip, and Ship Creek, our tours are also full of exciting surprises.
You’ll get to discover the historic 4th Avenue, which has played a major role in Anchorage’s development, learn firsthand the mystery of the Underground Home, and explore Anchorage’s historic neighborhoods.
Our knowledgeable guides will also point out historic monuments and breathtaking vistas that you can’t miss during your visit to Anchorage. So come join us on the Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience everything that the Last Frontier’s largest city has to offer!
Our knowledgeable guides will also point out historic monuments and breathtaking vistas that you can’t miss during your visit to Anchorage. So come join us on the Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience everything that the Last Frontier’s largest city has to offer!

GOT QUESTIONS?

We've got answers!

How long do the tours last?
Our One Hour City tour is approx. 50 to 55 minutes, and our
Deluxe City tour is approx. 90 minutes to two hours.
Where do we board?

546w, 4th Avenue Anchorage Alaska 99501
Next to the Log Cabin Visitor's Center!

What if I need to reschedule my tour?

No Problem! With a three hour minimum notice, we will happily reschedule your tour.

What if the tour doesn't have any availability for when I want rebook?

If the tour you're hoping for is sold out, no worries! We have tours
departing every 30 minutes and we will do everything we can to
get you on the next available tour.

Where can I park?
Parking is available street-side anywhere downtown! Beware though, this street-side parking is first come first serve. For guaranteed parking, this street-side parking is first come first serve. For guaranteed parking,
Lot Location:
225 E St, Anchorage, AK99401
In what language are your tours given?
All of our tours are given in English.

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ’s page.

How long the tours last

One hour city tour

Adults (13 years or older):$25.00 USD

Children (12 years or younger):$12.50 USD

Infants (3 and younger, must sit on lap) Free

Deluxe City Tour:

Adults (13 year or older):$50.00 USD

Children's (12 year or younger): $25.00 USD

How much do the tours cost?

One hour city tour

Adults (13 years or older):$25.00 USD

Children (12 years or younger):$12.50 USD

Infants (3 and younger, must sit on lap) Free

Deluxe City Tour:

Adults (13 year or older):$50.00 USD

Children's (12 year or younger): $25.00 USD

Can I bring my stroller or wheelchair onto the trolley?
We can accommodate strollers, but they must be collapsible. Strollers will be stored up front with the Tour Guide, or at our boarding location. Wheelchairs will be stored at the Visitor’s Center located right in front of our boarding location.
Do you rent trolleys for special events or occasions?

Yes, we do rent trolleys for weddings, charters, group tours, and other special events or occasions. Please contact us at sales@anchoragetrolley.com for more information.

tour

Highlights

POINT WORONZOF

Welcome to Point Woronzof, a hidden gem right outside of Downtown Anchorage that offers some of the best views in the city! Perched on the edge of a bluff overlooking the Knik Arm, Point Woronzof offers a panoramic view of the city skyline, Cook  Inlet, and the surrounding Chugach mountains.

On a clear day, visitors can see the majestic Denali in the distance or the iconic Mount Susitna, known locally as “The Sleeping Lady”. But that’s not all – Point Woronzof is also an excellent place to view the bustling Anchorage International Airport in action. Watch planes take off and land as they make their way to and from the Last Frontier.

So take in the stunning views from Point Woronzof – it’s one of Anchorage’s most spectacular vistas. Come join us on the Deluxe Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience the beauty and excitement of Point Woronzof for yourself!

SHIP CREEK

Introducing Ship Creek, one of Anchorage’s most historic and picturesque attractions! The creek has played a critical role in Anchorage’s growth and development, and has become a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

Originally used as a transportation hub for gold miners during the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s, today it’s a recreational hotspot for fishermen and wildlife enthusiasts. Watch as salmon leap out of the water, and keep an eye out for some of Anchorage’s famous wildlife, such as bald eagles and moose. The creek is also home to the Alaska Railroad, and visitors can catch a glimpse of the trains passing through as they cross over the historic Ship Creek Bridge.

DELUXE ONLY

CAPTAIN COOK STATUE AND MOUNT SUSITNA VIEWPOINT

Witness the Stunning Views of Resolution Park!

Located in downtown Anchorage, the statue features a commanding view of the city and offers stunning views of Mount Susitna in the distance. The statue honors Captain James Cook, the British explorer who charted much of Alaska’s coastline in 1778. Standing tall above the bustling downtown area, the statue is located in a central and easily accessible spot, allowing you to take in the breathtaking view of Mount Susitna and the surrounding areas. This is a must-visit destination for history buffs and photography enthusiasts alike.

LAKE HOOD SEAPLANE BASE: THE JEWEL OF ANCHORAGE

As the largest and busiest seaplane base in the world, Lake Hood truly is a sight to behold. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be in awe of the stunning planes and gorgeous surroundings. Watch planes take off and land on the shimmering waters of Lake Hood, and take a stroll down the boardwalk to admire the scenery.

Originally built in the 1930s, the base has played a critical role in Anchorage’s transportation and trade development. Today, it has become a bustling hub for aviation enthusiasts from all over the world, and visitors are often treated to a stunning show of planes taking off and landing.

All aboard to the Historic Alaska Railroad Depot!

Get ready to step back in time and experience the golden age of rail travel at the Alaska Railroad Depot. Anchorage’s iconic landmark served as a transportation hub for workers who came to build the Alaska Railroad in the early 20th century. Since then, the depot has undergone several renovations, culminating in the construction of the present-day depot in the 1940s. Today, visitors can admire the stunning architecture and soak in the rich history of one of Anchorage’s most cherished landmarks. Don’t miss out on this exciting journey through time at the Alaska Railroad Depot – it’s a must-visit destination for any Anchorage visitor!

Welcome to Earthquake Park, one of Anchorage’s most unique and fascinating destinations! As you walk through the park, you’ll be transported back in time to the infamous 1964 earthquake that devastated the area.

Measuring at 9.2 on the Richter scale, the earthquake rocked Alaska and caused a massive landslide that destroyed a large part of Anchorage. But what you might not know is that the land here was once home to a residential area that was completely destroyed by the natural disaster, now only resembling the shockwaves of the quake, frozen in time. Through preservation efforts and careful design, Earthquake Park now stands as a testament to the power of nature and the resilience of the Anchorage community.

Get ready to experience some of the most breathtaking wildlife sightings you’ll ever see with Anchorage Trolley Tours! Our tours provide the perfect opportunity to encounter Alaska’s incredible and diverse wildlife in their natural habitats. Keep your eyes peeled for majestic moose, gigantic salmon, and stunning bald eagles as they soar through the sky. And if you’re lucky, you might even spot one of Anchorage’s ultra-rare city bears! With frequent and exciting wildlife sightings, Anchorage Trolley Tours offers an experience you won’t forget – so come join us and get ready to be awe-struck by the natural beauty of Alaska.

Welcome to Delaney Park Strip, a green oasis located in the heart of Anchorage! This 1.5-mile-long park is a perfect getaway for locals and tourists alike. Visitors can enjoy a picnic on the grass, play frisbee or soccer, take a leisurely walk, or enjoy the breathtaking view of the surrounding Chugach Mountains.

Originally designed as an airfield for the city’s early aviators, the park soon became a recreational area after World War II. Today, it’s a popular destination for local festivals and events, including the Fur Rendezvous in the winter and summer concerts in the park.

Take a stroll through the park and enjoy the beautiful gardens and memorials, or head over to the baseball fields and watch a game. With so much to see and do, you’ll want to plan for an entire afternoon at Delaney Park Strip!

While you’re at the Delaney Park Strip, be sure to check out the home of one of Anchorage’s most beloved residents – Star the Reindeer. As a gentle and friendly ambassador for her species, Star loves to interact with visitors and pose for pictures, making her a favorite among both locals and tourists alike.
Star has been an Anchorage tradition for over 20 years, with new reindeers taking up the mantle once the previous star had retired from duty. Star frequently makes an appearance on the park strip, as well as various Anchorage festivals and events, keeping her in the public eye as the most beloved reindeer in all of Alaska.

AND MUCH MORE !

Our Anchorage Trolley Tour is the perfect way to see the best of what Anchorage has to offer! In addition to visiting Anchorage’s iconic landmarks such as the Alaska Railroad Depot, Lake Hood Seaplane Base, Captain Cook Statue, Point Woronzof, Delaney Park Strip, and Ship Creek, our tours are also full of exciting surprises.
You’ll get to discover the historic 4th Avenue, which has played a major role in Anchorage’s development, learn firsthand the mystery of the Underground Home, and explore Anchorage’s historic neighborhoods.
Our knowledgeable guides will also point out historic monuments and breathtaking vistas that you can’t miss during your visit to Anchorage. So come join us on the Anchorage Trolley Tour and experience everything that the Last Frontier’s largest city has to offer!

GOT QUESTIONS?

We've got answers!

How long do the tours last?
Our One Hour City tour is approx. 50 to 55 minutes, and our
Deluxe City tour is approx. 90 minutes to two hours.
Where do we board?

546w, 4th Avenue Anchorage Alaska 99501
Next to the Log Cabin Visitor's Center!

What if I need to reschedule my tour?
No problem! with a 3 hour minimum notice, we will happily
reschedule your tour to a different time.
What if the tour doesn't have any availability for when I want rebook?

If the tour you're hoping for is sold out, no worries! We have tours
departing every 30 minutes and we will do everything we can to
get you on the next available tour.

Where can I park?
Parking is available street-side anywhere downtown! Beware though, this street-side parking is first come first serve. For guaranteed parking, this street-side parking is first come first serve. For guaranteed parking,
Lot Location:
225 E St, Anchorage, AK99401
In what language are your tours given?
All of our tours are given in English.

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ’s page.

How much do the tours cost?

One hour city tour

Adults (13 years or older):$25.00 USD

Children (12 years or younger):$12.50 USD

Infants (3 and younger, must sit on lap) Free

Deluxe City Tour:

Adults (13 year or older):$50.00 USD

Children's (12 year or younger): $25.00 USD

Can I bring my stroller or wheelchair onto the trolley?
We can accommodate strollers, but they must be collapsible. Strollers will be stored up front with the Tour Guide, or at our boarding location. Wheelchairs will be stored at the Visitor’s Center located right in front of our boarding location.
Do you rent trolleys for special events or occasions?

Yes, we do rent trolleys for weddings, charters, group tours, and other special events or occasions. Please contact us at sales@anchoragetrolley.com for more information.

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