Transportation

F&M Bank Trolley giving tours around Downtown Salisbury.

TROLLEY TOURS

F&M Bank Trolley System – Historic Salisbury Trolley Tours

*THE SAFETY OF OUR VISITORS IS OF THE UPMOST IMPORTANCE. ALL TROLLEY TOURS ARE CANCELED, DUE TO COVID-19, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PRIVATE RENTALS WILL BE AVAILABLE UNDER N.C. HEALTH REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES PENDING WHEN THE N.C. STAY-AT-HOME ORDER IS LIFTED.*

Tours are offered every Saturday at 11 a.m. from April – October.

Take a ride through Downtown Salisbury with narrators to guide you along historic sites. Sites include the original Cheerwine building, the Salisbury National Cemetery and the site of the only prison in North Carolina during the Civil War. You will also see film locations of popular movies and TV shows and hear a ghost story or two. Enjoy learning about the city’s past and how it has influenced the present. The F&M Bank Trolleys operate every Saturday from April – October.

Trolley Tours begin and end at the Rowan County Visitors Center at 204 E. Innes Street Salisbury 28144. The trolleys are fully climate controlled, as well as ADA Compliant and Handicap Accessible.

Historic Trolley Tour Ticket Prices

Adult: $8
Child (ages 3-12): $5
Children 3 and younger are free

Combination Ticket Prices

(includes Historic Trolley Tour, as well as admission to the Dr. Josephus Hall House, Old Stone House and the Rowan Museum)

Adult: $16
Child (ages 3-12): $11
Children 3 and younger are free


Amtrak trains arrive at the Historic Salisbury Station.

TRAVEL BY AMTRAK

Another great way to visit Salisbury is by traveling on an Amtrak train. Just visit Amtrak’s site or go to your local Amtrak train station to reserve tickets today!

From Raleigh, the trip is just over 2 hours. Winston Salem is only 30 minutes, Greensboro is 50 minutes, and Charlotte to Salisbury is only 40 minutes.

If you want a fast trip to Salisbury without the frustration of using a highway then the Amtrak is the ticket for you.

The Amtrak train arrives at the beautiful Historic Salisbury Station. The Station is located just a few blocks away from the square and is a fun and different way to arrive in historic downtown Salisbury.


 Salisbury Transit Bus waiting at the bus depot.

SALISBURY TRANSIT BUS

Saturday services is temporarily suspended until further notice. Buses will operate with reduced hours, 6am to 3:20pm, Monday through Friday.

Also, bus fares have been suspended.

The public and affordable Salisbury Transit system serves Salisbury, Spencer and East Spencer.

The bus system has three regular routes and two weekend routes. Each of these routes arrives and departs from the central Transfer Site located on Depot Street.

Salisbury Transit also provides an ADA demand responsive paratransit system that includes wheelchair lift-equipped vans to accommodate citizens unable to access our fixed route bus system because of a functional disability.