Welcome to Atlanta

The Atlanta Trolley Tour Line is your tour and sightseeing expert for your visit to Atlanta GA.

Our blog will serve as a tool to help you plan and visit the city of Atlanta Georgia. Over the life of our blog we will add features, video clips, tour guide recommendations, local tips, advice and information we feel will be helpful to you when you plan your trip.

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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Atlanta Trolley Tours welcomes its newest hotel partner

Holiday Inn Express Airport4601 Best RdCollege Park GA 30337

Guest staying at this hotel can purchase individual tickets or look to see if the hotel is offering a special that includes a tour of Atlanta.

We are always looking to partner with local hotels to make it easier for us and the hotels to give customers a great experience of Atlanta.

If you would like more info on how your hotel or attractions can partner with us please contact us for details.

There is no upfront cost in becoming a partner with Atlanta Trolley Tour Line and it is a great way to generate revenue for your business.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Hotels To Offer Trolley Tours

The Atlanta Trolley Tour Line is teaming up with the following hotels. These hotels will offer tours to thier guests in packages or offer tickets for sale at thier hotel.

Ellis Hotel
Granada Suites Hotel
Hampton Inn/Suites DT
Embassy Suites Airport

We are always looking for new hotels to partner with. Please contact us if you are interested in offering Atanta's best sightseeing tour.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Haunted History Tour Sponsors

Atlanta Trolley Tour wants to thank and recognize our sponors for the Haunted History Tour. With out their help the tour would not b possible.

Oakland Cemetery
Underground Atlanta

We are very fortunate to have two great partner to work with on this tour.

A portion of your ticket cost for the Haunted History is donated back to Oakland Cemetery.

For more information on the Haunted History Tour or the Atlanta Trolley Tour please feel free to contact us.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Private Tours

The Atlanta Trolley Tour Line can custom design a tour to your needs. A private tour can take you to places not located on our regular trolley route. We can include trips to attractions that are not located in the city. We can even arrange to include admission to the most popular attractions in the city. Private tours are designed with your interests in mind. We can recommend places to visit or we can work with your list of places to see and design a tour unique to your group.A Partial List of Other Attractions:
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, The Carter Center, Atlanta History Center, Govenor's Mansion, Little 5 Points, Historic Decatur Square, Stone Mountain Park, Gwinnett CenterPerimeter Mall, Cobb Center for the Arts, Marietta Square, Historic Roswell, Buckhead, Lenox Square Mall, Phipps Plaza

Our Trolleys can also be used for private transportation and special events such as birthdays, pub crawls, proms and weddings.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Everyone is a buzz with the fact that this is launch week for Atlanta's Haunted History Tour.

Haunted History Tour
Launched This Week

On this this 2 1/2 hour tour you will follow your guide - on a journey of Atlanta's darker history.
you will hear tales of spirits, hauntings, mysteries, murders, suicide, war, fire, monsters and other stories of the city you would never hear on an average tour.
Starting at the Visitor's Center at Underground Atlanta you baord the tour trolley and begin your journey into Atlanta's nightto your first stop, Oakland Cemetery.

You will learn of 19th century burial customs as well as tales of the residents who call Oakland home.After a short trip through downtown you stop at the state capitol and Underground Atalnta.

Your tour will take you beneath the streets of Atlanta where you will hear tales of some of its most interesting characters.
A portion of your ticket cost is donated to Oakland Cemetery for the Historic Oakland Foundation. This will contribute to the preservation and education of one of Atlanta's most treasured historic locations