Are you ready for some baseball?

   summer/fall:  "Wine" away the afternoon with a Trolley Company Wine Tour.                Relaxing, delicious and affordable.  Our wine tour leaves every Saturday from                  the Westgate Shopping Center located only one mile from Downtown Asheville.                April through October.   Beer and Cidery tours available year round.

AN ASHEVILLE TRADITION--The North Carolina Arboretum's "Winter Lights".  A dazzling event with hundreds of thousands of lights arranged in an endless array of themes and artistic settings.     Music, Merriment, and Hot Chocolate warm the evening.  By booking with The Trolley Company you can arrive in your "sleigh" of bus shuttles festively decorated without the worry of driving and parking.  Your ticket includes trransportation, entry fee and a cup of toasty hot chocolate. 

(P.S.  Don't wait for winter to visit the Arboretum; it is a magical place all year long!)

Winter Lights

Wine Tours

spring:  Join us for Baseball at McCormick Field.  Why hassle with parking?  Do you have a group that would love to spend a few hours away from the stress?  An evening in the cool nights of Asheville cheering on the home team--hot dog and french fry in hand--is a perfect solution.  

...​in every season.

​Explore Asheville

The Blue Ridge Wine Tour takes you to two delightful wineries in the region of Asheville.  The first winery features a casual country style tasting room, the second offers a hint of sophistication.  The tour leaves every Saturday by comfortable shuttle bus from Westgate Shopping Center in Asheville at 10:30AM and returns at 3:00PM.  Your $69.00 ticket includes all wine tasting fees, wine history and winery tour.  Saturdays,  April 10th through October 30.     

​It's almost time to cheer on our home team.  Call us for transportation and tickets.  Leave the parking to us!

winter:  Winter Lights, an Asheville Holiday tradition.  From the Renaissance Hotel and The Doubletree Hotel, we whisk you to the magical sparkly light show created by the NC Arboretum.