Loved the old 'bus'; it was a very interesting and informative tour. Our guide was the greatest! She dressed in period costume and really knew her stuff!
Skagway Street Car Tour
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A great way to see Skagway learn interesting facts and hear some good stories. Stops to enjoy view and visit Goldrush Cemetery. Worth the $$
Comfortable seats, large windows, and a couple stops to get out & enjoy the view, and walk through the cemetery. Great driver - Alex (f) - with lots of corny jokes & plenty of information. Picked up at Cruise Ship, dropped off in downtown. Easy...More
This was a trip on a 1930’s trolley bus around Skagway learning all about the history of the town, people and the gold rush. Very entertaining and informative. The guide presented the information excellently. Very theatrical performance.
We had an amazing driver and she was very funny. You get a nice scenic tour with plenty of local information. Nice tour over all!
The tour itself consisted of riding in very stylish 1920's buses around Skagway, and the Gold Rush Cemetery. The tour itself is average, but our tour guide, Miranda, turned it into an above average tour with her energetic spirit. She was knowledgeable about the town...More
We traveled around the area in a 1927 style "bus" through the town and to an overlook, to a gold rush cemetery and back to town. Very informative tour guides and a great way to spend 90 minutes. Another benefit was that they gave us...More
We booked this tour as a means of seeing as much of Skagway as we could (we were only there for the day off the cruise ship) and it was absolutely brilliant. Our driver, Valerie, was dressed in the old "Wild West" gear and she...More
Family of three adults, one with cane, thoroughly enjoyed Kylie’s animated and knowledgeable narration of Skagway while we covered the town, dock, overlook and cemetery.
What s neat way to see Skagway!!! We enjoyed our tour guide very much as she was very much into character. The tour included an overlook of Skagway which was gorgeous! We learned a lot about the town and it’s hero and villain. I would...More