Top 5 Trolley Rides in South Florida
#4 The Delray Beach Trolley
The Delray Beach trolley service has one route, connecting the Tri-Rail Delray Beach station with the beach via Congress (Fl 807) and Atlantic Avenues, a distance of 4.1 miles. It operates daily 8:00 to 6:00. There are fixed stops, but wave service is available when traffic permits. Visit www.mydelraybeach.com for more information.
Delray Beach Attractions Along the Route:
- The Delray Beach City Library, with a children’s section on the first floor
- Old School Square, a grassy area with playground which is often the site of festivals, concerts and exhibits
- Cornell Museum, in the old school building
- An eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and art galleries along the sidewalks.
- Veterans Park, along the Intracoastal Waterway, with a walkway along the shore and under the drawbridge, picnic tables, and two wooden fenced playgrounds
- Seagate Hotel lobby with large coral reef aquariums, as well as a snack bar with ice cream.
- Florida A1A at the beach, with broad sidewalks and a pavilion
- The beach
- Sandoway House Nature Center, 2 blocks south of the trolley route (www.sandowayhouse.org)
- Anchor Park, about 3 blocks south of the trolley route, with a playground and picnic tables, just across A1A from the beach