For $1, the Truman Trolley will take residents and visitors alike to major tourism sites across Independence.

Beginning June 1, the Truman Trolley will roll through Independence this summer.


The McClain Group and the city’s Tourism Department are again partnering for this transportation service that allows residents and visitors alike to see the highlights of Independence without driving and parking.


The trolley runs Fridays and Saturdays from June 1 through Aug. 25. The cost is $1 for riders ages 6 and older, including unlimited rides all day on the date of purchase. Those younger than 6 ride for free. Tickets for tourism attractions must be purchased at the site.


The first pickup takes place at 10 a.m. at Clinton’s, on the corner of Main Street and Maple Avenue on the Square, with the last drop-off at Clinton’s at 5 p.m.


The trolley will circle continuously past the following attractions: Clinton’s Soda Fountain, National Frontier Trails Museum, Bingham-Waggoner Estate, Community of Christ Temple and Auditorium, Mormon Visitors Center, Church of Christ Temple Lot, Truman Home, Truman Library, Vaile Mansion, Truman Visitors Center and the 1859 Jail & Marshal’s Home Museum.


Visit newindependencesquare.com/trolley for more information.