The Tram is a popular destination for tourists, educational trips and people just looking to try something fun. We welcome students, families, engineers, travelers, locals or the just plain curious.
Our 360 tour allows you to explore the Tram and terminals from your desktop. See what the staff sees by getting a closer look at the engine and control room.
Learn information about the Tram that you can share with your group at gobytram.com/about
For large groups, plan ahead before arriving
Parking in the area is limited, requires a permit, and is vulnerable to congestion. If you will be arriving with a bus or other oversize vehicle, contact us ahead of time so we can help with your needs.
We strongly recommend large groups avoid rush hour (7am to 9am and 4pm to 5:30pm). The Tram reaches capacity with commuters during rush hour, meaning large groups will need to wait longer, divide up and views will be obstructed. For new visitors, the Tram is best experienced midday or in the evening.
For groups of less than 10, ride the Tram by simply arriving and purchasing tickets at the pay station. A tram cabin can accommodate up to 79 people and is ADA-accessible. Wait times of more than 5 minutes to ride the Tram are exceedingly rare.