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We hired the trolley to shuttle alumni from Saint Mary's University to locations in town and back during a reunion weekend. Clarence, the owner, was very flexible with last minute pickup time changes and the number of people. He is very friendly, easy to deal...More
My friend and I, decided that we would enjoy a tour on the trolley, through Winona. It was a cold night out, but the trolley was nice and warm. It is easy to board, and find a seat. We rode through Winona, looking at large...More
We went on this trolley tour at the recommendation of the Visitors Center. The owner/driver was a very nice gentleman who showed us all around town for an hour. My only disappointment was that the woman at the Visitors Center said that he takes you...More
A tour of Winona. The driver is also the owner. Lots of interesting stuff you never knew about this historic river town. A great starting point for people new to Winona, so you can branch back out later and investigate the landmarks in depth.
I recommend the Trester trolley tour to anyone visiting Winona Minnesota. Clarence is a great tour guide who obviously loves what he does and where he lives....He shared stories and historical information while making us laugh. Very worthwhile, entertaining, and enjoyable!
Clarence was full of local historical and other fun information and gave a great tour. The trolley is quaint, clean and comfortable. The trip to the lookout on the hill was well worth the trip. We really enjoyed our trolley trip.
The story of this trolley is impressive yet the fact that the owner is the driver is totally awesome!! We were in town for a swimming meet wanted to do something went for the trolley tour. Really glad we did. Our group had 1 1/2...More
Having gone to St. Teresa College, until I took the Trester Trolley historic tour, I never realized what was in Winona. It must have been because I was studying far too much. The trolley was brought to Winona by Trester, who died, just before it...More
I have been in Winona a handful of times to visit my daughter in college there. I have never been able to warm my heart to the city until taking this trolley tour. Clarence shared his love for the area and its people. After what...More