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HOLLY JOLLY TROLLEY TOUR

Due to COVID-19, this year’s Holly Jolly Trolley Tours has been canceled. We are offering private Holiday Light Tours. Our private tours are filling up fast; reserve your private tour now!

Annually, each December: Thursdays through Sundays at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

The holiday season is one of the best times to explore a new city and enjoy the local holiday lights, sounds, and cheer. Discover the magic of the holidays with ZBest’s spectacular Holly Jolly Trolley Tour. The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year, and the Holly Jolly Trolley Tour has become a must if you want to get into the festive spirit. Do something extra special with your friends, family, and children by treating them to a fabulous experience they will never forget.

Young and old will delight in sharing a magical evening filled with holiday music, festive light displays, and beautiful neighborhood decorations – all aboard an old-fashioned trolley! The two-hour tour, conducted by an expert guide, will begin at Royal Sonesta Harbor Court in downtown Baltimore and will then proceed through the adorned neighborhoods of Harbor East, Fells Point, and Canton, where you will learn a little local history and observe the charming sights and sounds of Christmas.

Next, the Trolley will head north to Hampden to see and enjoy the block-long spectacular 34th Street Annual Christmas Festival of Lights, complete with colorful lights, outdoor train gardens, original artwork from local artists, and sparkling displays. On the way back to the Inner Harbor, guests will ride past the George Washington Monument in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood, where it has been beautifully decorated for the season.

For residents and visitors alike, the Holly Jolly Trolley Tour has become a tradition. During the winter holidays, the Holly Jolly Trolley Tours is definitely a must-do.

Click here to purchase tickets to the Holly Jolly Trolley Tour.

To learn more about customizing your own holiday trolley tour, please visit the dedicated web page, available here.