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The Astoria Riverfront Trolley is exciting to watch and hear while visiting Astoria, and great fun to ride. You can hear the clang-clang of the trolley bell throughout the riverfront area. "Old 300" is a restored 1913 trolley car that runs from the Red Lion hotel to the foot of 39th Street 7 days a week, 12 Noon to 7:00 pm, Memorial Day to Labor Day. It runs the rest of the year on a reduced schedule, which is posted in the trolley shelters.
The fee is $1 per ride, or $2 per person, which will allow you to get on and off all day long if you desire. There are about eleven stops during the narrated ride which lasts about an hour from end to end.
The trolley can also be chartered for a private gathering.
The trolley ride is one of Astoria’s most popular tourist attractions. The conductors are local volunteers who receive training and certification, and they are great "ambassadors" for the City of Astoria. They are very knowledgeable about the history of Astoria and make every ride an interesting experience!