Hop aboard the Braselton Trolley for a magical tour of the best holiday light displays in town! The 1.5-hour ride will begin at Pinnacle Bank in Mulberry Walk and explore the brightest neighborhoods and attractions in the area. Prepare to be dazzled! End the night with hot cocoa, ice cream, dinner, or an adult beverage within walking distance of the trolley stop.
Tickets are $10 per person (all ages), plus online ticketing fees. Available on select nights in December.
Max 8 tickets per order. If you would like to rent the trolley for a group, contact [email protected] or 706-921-4016.
Know Before You Go
Accessibility: The trolley is wheelchair accessible. Please contact [email protected] or 706-921-4016 if you require wheelchair accessible seating.
Arrival: The trolley will leave promptly at your scheduled tour time. To ensure that you aren't left behind, allow extra time for rush hour traffic. Plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled tour to check in.
Tickets: Bring your e-ticket for faster check-in; if you forget, the driver will look up your order by last name. Every person must have purchased a ticket in advance; no tickets will be sold at the door. Refunds are not available--if you're not able to attend, give your ticket to a friend.
Lap Children: Do not bring lap children unless you purchased a ticket for them. The trolley has a maximum safe capacity, and every tour will sell out.
Seating: Seating location on the trolley is first come, first served.
What to wear: The trolley is enclosed and heated. We recommend that you wear layers.
What to (and not to) bring: A tip for the trolley driver is appreciated but not required. To keep our trolleys clean, food and drink (other than water) are not permitted on tours. Make plans to stay in Mulberry Walk for dinner, drinks or dessert! Find local eateries at https://www.explorebraselton.com/food-and-drink. Find Cocktail Trail stops at https://www.explorebraselton.com/cocktail-trail.
Thank you to Pinnacle Bank for allowing us to use their parking lot for this event, and to all the residents and businesses that decorated for the holidays.