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Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours

Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours is a pet-friendly transportation service and attraction in Asheville, NC. Dogs up to 25 lbs are welcome on the tours provided they remain in the owner’s lap. Please note that passengers with pet dogs can only get off at the Omni Grove Park Inn stop (Stop 2) if they are overnight guests at the Inn. Visit Website

Or call (828) 251-8687 or email info@graylineasheville.com for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours has received a rating of 4.6 out of 5 bones by 9 canine critics on BringFido.

Visitors generally had a positive experience on the Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours, with their small dogs enjoying the tour as well. Some travelers noted the tight spaces on the trolley, but overall the tour provided a fun and informative way to explore Asheville.

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  • Jasmine
    Apr 17, 2024
    Great Tour with puppy

    We went to Asheville on a whim one weekend. This was a great way to see the city and help us expand our plans. Great deal for your money. Puppy loved looking out the window and watching the sights go by—and he also loved the attention he received. He is usually afraid of big vehicles but didn’t even hesitate to hop on the trolley lolol. I would recommend this to anyone as a great weekend activity because the tickets cover two days. Use the first day to take the tour and the second day to go back to sites you found really intriguing. Trolley stops every 30-ish minutes. Costs: $40/for a 2 day ticket that also gives you some discounts to certain museums. Park for free at the Asheville Visitor Center and use the trolley as a chauffeur of sorts all around town. Dog policies: small dogs only, must be in your lap and accompanied by an adult. Must be well behaved. Bring your own water bowls. People: Ebbs and flows as far as the crowd and we went at the beginning of their season. All of the guests were happy to see a puppy and had no grumbles about a dog being on the trip. The employees were nice to pup as well. I would definitely recommend if you have a small dog (under 25lbs) and want to see Asheville

  • Deserea
    Jun 6, 2023
    Such a gem

    We were in Asheville for a day trip.
    We decided to take the trolley tour and let me tell you, what a wealth of information. Also our dog was welcome with no fee.
    He is a ~25lb pug. He said beside me on the bench seating by the open air windows and loved every minute of it. They also said some tour guides will point out dog friendly restaurants and activities but ours did not. Still a wonderful tour of the city. We would be happy to go again.

  • Alexis
    Oct 27, 2019
    Fun for small dogs

    Had a great time on the ghost tour. Local history and fun stories. Dogs under 20lbs welcome free, ours slept on our lap the whole time. Great guides, would definitely recommend and great way to spend a rainy night

  • Jessica
    Oct 9, 2018
    Excellent pup-venture...

    We took our chihuahua on the ghost tour and we had a great time. No issues whatsoever with having our small dog with us, but definitely only bring a true lapdog because space is a bit tight..

  • Ann
    Jun 15, 2018
    Haunted tour

    We took the evening night tour and our pup loved it, fresh air and a lot to look at. The guide was friendly and the haunted history scary. It was a win win for all.

  • Stacey
    More than a year ago
    Asheville Trolley Ride

    We took our 2 small dogs (20 pounds each) and had a great time. They can look over the side and all the people on the streets loved it. Recommend sitting in the back.

  • Laura
    More than a year ago

    I just emailed the trolley company (9/4/14) to confirm if dogs are allowed since there is conflicting information here. I was told that only small, well behaved dogs that fit in your lap are allowed. This is a disappointment as my dog is very well behaved and has even earned his CGC, but since he is medium sized (45lbs) he can't go. Please reconsider the policy. Thanks!

  • Jenna
    More than a year ago
    Fun & Fresh Air

    We took our two small (10 & 25 lb) dogs on the trolley for the day. The seat backs are hard and the benches are short, so two adults with two dogs on laps were fairly squished and less than comfortable.
    However, after half the ride like this, we sat in two benches and let the dogs ride next to us. this was much more enjoyable and was not forbidden by our guide, who was in fact quite friendly and energetic.
    We all enjoyed the fresh air, the humans enjoyed the history lessons, the dogs enjoyed the adoration of our fellow riders.

  • Steve & Karen
    More than a year ago
    Asheville Trolley Tour

    Took our 2 dogs Mocha (Lhasa-Poo) & Latte (Malti-Poo) on the trolley tour they loved it as did we.

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