Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where can I find CityView’s physical locations in Boston?

CityView Trolley Tours kiosks are located in Quincy Marketplace, and along Boston Historic Waterfront. Trolley Stop #1 is located along the Atlantic Ave side of the 255 State St building.

While visiting CityView Trolley’s Hop-Off & On Stops, download our brand-new EXCLUSIVE GPS Self-Guided Walking Tour app for extended in depth commentary about many must-see historic neighborhoods and sites then leads you back to your trolley stops…NEVER GET LOST!

Yes if you purchase your tickets from this website, you will have the convenience of starting your tour anytime at any stop.

All major credit cards.
E-tickets for CityView Trolley Tours are sold exclusively through our website and our partner organizations. Simply print your ticket or show us your e-ticket on your phone when checking in. Buy online and Save 25% – 50%!

We offer a 40% discount for admission to the Old North Church a national historic landmark operated by Old North Illuminated and an active Episcopal Church congregation.

We also offer a 50% discount to the Sports Museum, a non-profit educational institution that has served Boston and New England for the past 40 years.

Yes, we created an app with 100 GPS automatic trigger-points with informative and entertaining commentary in the following languages: Italian, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Mandarin & Japanese (smartphones require).

Scan QR Code printed on your Etix or paper ticket, you will use promo code cityview20 for your 20% Off! Departs every 90 mins from 10am-4pm daily. Located one block from trolley Stop 1
Yes we have an accessible vehicle available for you, please contact one of our representatives when you arrive at Stop #1 to schedule a trolley with a HP lift.

Call us at 617-363-7899 or email to make reservations.

Unfortunately we are limited and only allow service dogs.

If you are a concierge service or hospitality and attractions ticket vendor, partner with City View! You will be able to sell City View tickets at highly competitive commissions and rates. We will set you up with access to our online booking system.

For interested parties, please contact us, and our marketing team will get in touch. If you’d like to discuss options over the phone, give us a call at 617-363-7899 during normal business hours. You can also email us at

  • The Freedom Trail: connects 16 nationally historic sites: 2.5 mile long trail through 400 Years of American Revolutionary History and the birth of American liberty. Boston Common, New State House, Park Church, Granary Burying Ground, Benjamin Franklin Statue, Old Corner Bookstore, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, Boston Massacre Memorial, Faneuil Hall, Old North Church, Paul Revere’s House, Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution.
  • Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Opened respectfully in 1826 / 1742 as public markets and remain today Boston’s most popular marketplace where you will find over 100 shops and over 50 restaurants with street entertainers.
  • USS Constitution “Old Ironsides”: A three-masted wooden hulled frigate and the oldest commissioned naval warship afloat, nicknamed Old Ironsides due to the enemy’s cannonballs couldn’t penetrate and were known to bounce off her thick oak hull with her enemies heard “Hazzah, her sides must be made of iron”.
  • North End “Little Italy”: Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood where the Puritans settled in 1630 when arriving in New England, today it’s mainly occupied by Italians giving it its nickname “Little Italy”. You will find over 125 authentic Italian restaurants.
  • Beacon Hill: Built in the early 1800’s, you will find cobblestone streets, gas lamps, and some of Boston’s most expensive homes…a must see neighborhood.

Ready To Explore Boston?

City View Trolley Tours provides comfortable and reliable transportation around Boston’s most popular tourist areas.

Visit, eat, and shop — all with our Hop On Hop Off service!