Sioux Falls Trolley

The Sioux Falls Trolley can be spotted during the warm weather cruising down the streets of downtown Sioux Falls.  The best way to get around downtown, the free downtown trolley is as attractive as it is useful.

R. F. Pettigrew started Sioux Falls’ first horse-drawn streetcar line in 1887, and the last streetcar graced the streets in 1929, until 2001, when the current Sioux Falls Trolley was unveiled.   The current trolley makes a loop from Falls Park, down Main Avenue to 13th Street, where it turns around and returns to Falls Park via Phillips Avenue. Riding the trolley is free, and riders can hop on or off at any of the trolley stops, including Sioux Falls destinations like the Washington Pavilion, City Hall, the Carnegie Building, the Orpheum Theater, and many more.

The City of Sioux Falls provides a Sioux Falls Trolley Ride-Along Guide, which details the trolley route, and gives detailed descriptions of the attractions at each trolley stop.  The Sioux Falls Trolley runs from Monday through Saturday, 10 AM until 8 PM. 

Categories: Attractions, Eastern SD

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