This was our third visit to Bisbee and we should have done this sooner. The driver was amusing and a Bisbee native who knew the history well. We never got up to the steep hills around town before and the views were spectacular.
Bisbee Trolley Tours
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If you want a nice relaxing way to see Bisbee this a great idea. Loved it. If you have family that doesn't want to walk all the hills to see the history this is a must
We were in Bisbee in December and the Trolley was no where to be found. Not sure if discontinued during the winter or gone forever. We inquired at the hotel desk as well as several businesses and no one seemed to know. So, if you...More
I recently attended the Daytime Historic Tour with my family, who was visiting from Phoenix, and we were VERY disappointed. We had attended a similar trolley tour in Tombstone the day before, which was excellent; so we thought we’d give this one a try. The...More
We decided to take a trolley tour around Bisbee because my husband's grandmother was having trouble getting around. This turned out to be a great way to see Bisbee. I'd been to Bisbee several times and we saw things on the tour I had never...More
Bisbee is a wonderful community of quirky shops and to a certain extent people. We would have missed a good deal of that if we hadn't taken the trolley tour first. It was interesting and informative, but most of all it showed us were we...More
I saw Bisbee AZ on an episode of "Ghost Adventures" (they were getting locked in the Copper QUeen hotel) -- it looked so bizarre and interesting I HAD to go! I was already headed to AZ for a family gathering (meeting my brother & his...More
My mother visited this last week and Bisbee is always one of her favorite stops. We loved the Trolley Experience! It was a cool and relaxing way to see Bisbee. Have our hands free for photos and learn a ton of information that we didnt...More
We enjoyed the history tour of Bisbee on the trolley-a relaxing ride after walking the main street shopping. Informative guide gave us a picture of what Bisbee used to be in the mining boom!
My young son and I visited Bisbee for one day in February, 2012. While there, we toured the main museum in town and noticed this trolley across the street. We decided to take a tour and I'm glad that we did! This open-air trolley (can...More