Sedona Trolley – Sedona, Arizona
One great way to see the sites of Sedona is to take the Sedona Trolley. Not only will you get to see all the historic sites but you will also hear the history of the area from the guide. The trolley was first a one many operation but now it is a thriving business.
The tour guide, Armor Todd, has been taking people around the area for more than 30 years. He will entertain you with stories, give you some history and show you the beauty of the area. You can learn about the historic landmarks, buildings, shops, galleries, scenic canyons, and best of all the red sandstone cliffs that surround the village.
The guides will also be able to tell you the best nature walks in the area, give you the history of how the community has changed over the years to be the home to artists of various mediums just waiting to have you see their work.
Are you planning a wedding in the beautiful area of Sedona? You can get the trolley to take your guests to church, give the wedding party a tour of town or even just provide shuttle service from area parking lots to the location of the wedding. Surprise the guests with something different and have them take the trolley.
You can get a ride on the trolley from the depot in Uptown Sedona or many of the hotels in town. The information you will get on the tour will include history, geology, climate, flora and fauna of the area as well as hiking and biking trails. You may find the perfect spot to take a picnic lunch or dinner back to when you have completed the tour. You will have the opportunity to take some great photos while on the tour. You will even have a stop at the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross.
The Sedona Highlights Tour (Tour A) visits the south side of town, showcasing the upscale Gallery District including the famous Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village and is highlighted by a 15-20 minute stop at the inspirational Chapel of the Holy Cross. The views from the chapel are spectacular.
The Seven Canyons Scenic Tour (Tour B) visits the west side and then leaves town entirely, heading out into the gorgeous Dry Creek Valley where the stunning vistas of Boynton and Long Canyon are revealed and savored. Two stops along the way make for great photo opportunities.
You don’t need a reservation for the tour. Individual tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis. If you want to charter the trolley, of course you will need a reservation.
The Sedona Trolley is an open air tour company. However, the trolleys can be fully enclosed in inclement or chilly weather and are fully heated. Lap blankets are available. In summer the interior is always shaded and large open windows allow breezes to cool things off comfortably.
Sedona Trolley Uptown Depot
276 North SR 89A, Suite B,
Sedona AZ 86336
Office hours 8:30am – 6:00pm, 7 days a week
•Daily Tour Information: 928.282.4211
•Business Office and Charters: 928.282.5400
Email Sarah at SedonaTrolley.com