• Cody Trolley Tours Reservations
  • Cody Trolley Tours Reservations
  • Cody Trolley Tours Reservations

Need To Know Info

2014 Season & Tour Schedule

Our 2014 Cody Trolley Tours summer season runs from May 22 through September 24.

Daily Tours | 7 Days Per Week | 11:00 am and 3:00 pm

Cody Trolley Tours Summer Season

Additional tours (9 am or 1 pm) are added during peak periods of the season. Schedule occasionally changes based on business flow. Check with your ticket seller for current schedule.

More than half our tours sell out so we highly recommend making reservations to get the tour time that works best for your schedule. Walk-ups are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis. 72 hour cancellation notice is required.

Our Best of the West Trolley Tours last just over an hour. Customers give us enthusiastic “thumbs-up” ratings!

Where to Purchase Cody Trolley Tour Tickets

During our tour season Cody Trolley Tour tickets are available at our trolley station on the front porch of the Irma Hotel, and the Ponderosa Campground, Holiday Inn Complex, Best Western Sunset Motor Inn and Cody Chamber of Commerce. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center also sells the Experience Cody: Inside & Out Ticket only.

Tour tickets may also be purchased on-line. 2014 tour tickets are available now – click here to make your reservations now!

Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Traveler’s Checks and cash accepted.

Cancellation Policy

By placing an order you are agreeing to the following Cancellation Policy. Reservations cancelled within 72 hours of tour departure are 100% non-refundable. This cancellation policy is applicable for each tour, activity, or event within a transaction. Any changes to date or time will be accepted with no charge up until 72 hours prior to the tour, activity or event scheduled start time. Changes within the 72 hour cutoff must be made by phone and will be subject to availability. If the preferred date or time of the change is not available then the standard cancellation penalty applies.

Free Shuttle Service Available for all Cody Trolley Tours

The trolley starts each tour from the Irma Hotel and Buffalo Bill Historical Center. If you need a ride from your local motel, bed & breakfast or campground, just give us a call and we’ll pick you up with our 15 passenger shuttle van free of charge. Depending on where you are, we’ll give you a specific time that is 10 to 35 minutes before the tour, and pick you up right at your lodging. Once the tour is over, we’ll return you back again.

Drinks are permitted on board. Inquire about our pet policy.

There is no restroom on the trolley and we do not stop once the tour begins.

Call (307) 527-7043 for reservations and free shuttle pick-up.
72 hour cancellation notice is required.

Rider Testimonials

Thousands of people ride the trolley each year, here's what a few of them have to say.

Great way to learn about Cody’s history

The trolley guides were funny and made the whole tour worth it. First visit to Cody I would gladly recommend a tour like this! Jenny N – July, 2013

What a great tour, TAKE IT!

We recently took the tour on the Cody Trolley and found it to be a great value and very fun! See it first and then decide what you want to do the rest of the time you are in Cody. An AWESOME experience!  5366familyvaca – July, 2013

Best thing I did in Cody

An hour tour around Cody lead by Jane and Chuck. The tour guides were fun and very knowledgeable, the tour was packed with interesting facts and sights and I thought it was quite slick. Well done.  Lucy H – August, 2013

A Cody Wyoming Vacation

We took the Trolley tour starting at the famous Irma Hotel and loved every bit of the trip.  Loved it and would do it again.   Janice C – August, 2013

Fun little trolley

A must do if you’re in Cody! Friendly, funny and outgoing staff make this trolley fun. There’s lots of info and some really neat sights. Well worth the money!  canadianwannab – June, 2013

Most fun history lesson — ever!!

From the trolley, to the clothes worn by driver & guide, to our welcome aboard, to pass around items for viewing, it was a super ride.  To add to the thrill of the ride, we stopped several minutes to watch a small fawn skip across a lawn and dine on the flowers.  Ruth O – September, 2013

WOW!

Okay, this was so cool. I love history, and this tops the cake! you learn so much so fast about Cody and its founding father! The trolley was fun, Jane was amazing! I think we were the youngest on the tour, but I would do it again in a heart beat!  Heather B – August, 2013