San Diego Day and Night Old Town Trolley Package

San Diego Day and Night Old Town Trolley Package

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      San Diego, California, USA
      1.5 Hours
      From (USD)
      $ 69
      • An ideal intro: A scenic 25-mile loop around San Diego and Coronado combines with colorful, fast-paced onboard narration to equal a great two-hour city introduction.
      • Hop on and off all day: From 10 well-placed stops along the route, you can see and visit Old Town State Park, the Embarcadero, Seaport Village, Horton Plaza Shopping Center, the historic Gaslamp Quarter, Hotel del Coronado, Balboa Park & Zoo, Little Italy, and more. Your pass allows for unlimited re-boarding.
      • - PLUS Ghosts & Gravestones Tour: This combo package includes a spine-tingling, ghost-guided ride and walk that visits San Diego's most paranormal sites. Like a schoolyard park that was once a graveyard; the spirits still sometimes play there.
      • El Campo Santo Cemetery: Take a dark stroll through this infamous landmark in Old Town. Final resting place for a rogue's gallery of murderous characters, some are reported to be mighty restless indeed.
      • Whaley House: Gold Rush-era storeowner Thomas Whaley made one big mistake – building his home on a former gallows. Summon your courage and step inside for a look around "the Most Haunted House in America."

      Meeting point

      Main Stop (Stop A) Old Town located at 4010 Twiggs Street; (Stop B) San Diego Harbor & Embarcadero at Harbor Drive & Broadway- 1492 N Harbor Dr; (Stop C) Seaport Village at 500 Kettner Blvd; (Stop E) Horton Plaza Shopping Center; (Stop I) Coronado McP"s.

      Helpful hints

      If you choose to stay on the trolley, the tour time is approximately 2-hours. You may "hop-on" and "hop-off" as many times as you like during the hours of operation. 11 stops. (A) Old Town State Park, (B) San Diego Embarcadero/ USS Midway, (C) Seaport Village, (D) Marriott Hotel and Marina, (E) Horton Plaza (F) Historic Gaslamp Quarter, (G) Bayfront Hilton (H) Coronado Ferry Landing, (I) McP's /Hotel Del Coronado, (J) Balboa Park Visitor Center (K) Little Italy. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

      Getting around

      This tour is wheelchair accessible if you contact the GoBe crew 24 hours in advance to ensure your vehicle. Amount of walking is at your personal discretion.

      Activity type

      Bus Tour, Budget, Family Friendly, Scenic

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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated mild. To participate fully, you may be required to walk over primarily even surfaces at a leisurely pace. You may encounter a limited number of steps, cobblestones, or uneven surfaces, and you may have to stand for extended periods of time.

      Age restrictions

      Travelers must be 13 years of age or older to participate in this tour.

      Special comments

      A parent or guardian must accompany children 12 years of age and under.

      Branded "America's Finest City" by a former mayor in the 70's, the name stuck. Probably because laid-back Dan Diego does have just about everything a city ought to: fine weather year-round, vibrant arts, cultural diversity, snappy sailors and ships, 70 miles of coastline, a cool Old Town, loads of family attractions, amazing Mexican food, craft beer up the wazoo, really great parks, shopping, marinas, sports. And that's just for starters.

      Which begs the question, "how in heck am I supposed to see it all?" But that answer's easy. Just hop aboard the Old City Trolley. Jump off at all the places that interest you, then hop back on again for more; cars come by each stop every half-hour or so.

      You'd best make the most of your balmy San Diego day, too, because this special combo package comes with an evening of way chillier sights.

      Take that Whaley House the Travel Channel calls "the Most Haunted House in America."
      Tom Whaley arrived here in 1849 and, displaying less than prudent judgment, opted to erect his sizable mansion on land that had recently held the town gallows. He'd actually witnessed the hanging of an incorrigible thief known as Yankee Jim Robinson there; you'll see Jim's grave at El Campo Santo Cemetery, another lighthearted stop on this evening's itinerary.

      To no one's surprise, life in the new Whaley house got odd quick. Almost from the start, Whaley's wife sensed an intruding presence, and heavy footsteps were often heard up on the second floor when no one was there.

      But the good folk of San Diego knew who was there: that damn Yankee Jim, who swung on the spot. Kids began sneaking up to the Whaley house at night, hoping for a ghostly glimpse of him.

      You may well get your own glimpse of Jim – or one of his spectral cohorts – during your Whaley House visit. Spirits are said to roam all over the joint, including those of the dear departed owners. Hey, we didn't make this up. Ask Whaley himself when you see him.

      On the sea and in the air

      Home port of the Pacific Fleet, San Diego has a long history as a center for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard activities. You're liable to see everything from aircraft carriers to atomic subs in these waters. The skies over town are full of history, too. In 1883, the first successful glider flights were flown here. In 1911, Glenn Curtiss took off from San Diego Bay on the first successful seaplane flight. Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis was built here in 1927, and NASA's early Atlas booster engines were assembled and tested here.

      Non-refundable if canceled within 24 hours of requested services.


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