Guests must transfer from their wheelchair or Electric Conveyance Vehicle by themselves or with assistance by members of their party to experience this attraction. A transfer device is available for this attraction.
Supervise children at all times.
Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.
Ding! Ding! Hop aboard for a ride on Buena Vista Street and throughout Hollywood Land.
Trolley Stops and Schedule
With 4 convenient stops, and cars running approximately 8 minutes, take a scenic ride on a vintage street car. Read More
With 4 convenient stops, and cars running approximately 8 minutes, take a scenic ride on a vintage street car.
Board or disembark at any of the following locations:
Look for a bit of Disney history in the interior and exterior details of each of the 2 different cars. Read More
Look for a bit of Disney history in the interior and exterior details of each of the 2 different cars.
Each car is assigned a number that corresponds to significant dates in the Disneyland Resort history.
The red Red Car Trolley is #717—which honors the date Walt Disney dedicated the Disneyland Park: July 17, 1955.
The green Red Car Trolley is #623. In the summer of 1923, Walt Disney and his brother, Roy, arrived in Los Angeles and founded The Walt Disney Company.
Inside both Red Car Trolley vehicles find retro-styled advertisements.
These fun ads, for some of the Buena Vista Street food and merchandise locations, feature names that may be familiar—like Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream (for Clarabelle Cow) and Mortimer’s Market (Mortimer was Mickey Mouse’s original name).
The Red Car
The red Red Car Trolley is based on the model of trolleys that rolled across Los Angeles streets in 1925. This is the same model that’s seen in the groundbreaking feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988).
These cars, inspired by the historic Pacific Electric Railway trolleys from the 1920s. Read More
These cars, inspired by the historic Pacific Electric Railway trolleys from the 1920s. It was in 1923 that Walt Disney, a young cartoonist with $40 in his pocket and no job, arrived in Los Angeles.
The Original Trolley Cars
By 1925, Southern California tycoon Henry Huntington had built the Pacific Electric Railway and turned it into the largest electrical railways anywhere in the world, with more than 1,000 miles of active track.
The original Pacific Electric Red Cars criss-crossed the Los Angeles area from 1887 until 1961, when this impressive transportation network gave way to the automobile.
Similar to the original "Hollywood Car" trolleys, the Red Car Trolley vehicles are entirely powered by electricity and are emissions-free vehicles.
However, unlike the original “Hollywood Car” trolleys, the Disney California Adventure cars run on batteries. The overhead wires are just for show!
Travel to the Past
Travel back in time during a leisurely ride on a Red Car Trolley and experience an idealized Los Angeles as Roy & Walt Disney may have seen it.
Know Before You Go
View the policies for this attraction and get information about the services offered for Guests with disabilities Read More
View the policies for this attraction and get information about the services offered for Guests with disabilities.
Supervise children at all times. Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.
Handheld Captioning is available at this attraction for Guests with hearing disabilities. Please visit Guest Relations to obtain a receiver.
Guests with mobility disabilities must transfer from their wheelchair or Electric Convenience Vehicle by themselves, or with assistance from members of their party, to experience this attraction. A transfer device is available for this attraction.
Strollers must be collapsed before boarding the Red Car Trolley.
This attraction is subject to weather conditions, and will not operate in the rain.
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