Can’t-miss stops on the Middleton Trolley

The FREE Middleton Trolley is a great way to discover everything that Middleton has to offer. The trolley follows a 12-stop, 30-minute route to downtown Middleton and Greenway Station. Here are just a few places you should check out via this convenient public transit option.

First, a few things to know:

  • The trolley is FREE
  • The trolley picks up passengers at Middleton’s hotels and follows a 30-minute, 12-stop loop through downtown and Greenway Station
  • The 2022 season begins April 5!
  • Click here for the current route, map and trolley stops
  • Click here to download the 2022 trolley brochure

 STOP 1: CAPITAL BREWERY

Known as Middleton’s “back yard”, Capital Brewery & Bier Garten is the first stop on the trolley’s route. Picking passengers up right in front of the bier garden, and dropping them off again. This is the perfect spot to relax any evening or weekend in Middleton. Capital Brewery’s been in business 35 years, creating award-winning craft lagers and ales. On summer weekend nights, it’s common for live music to be playing. The bier garden is also dog-friendly, unless there is an event.

STOP 4: GREENWAY STATION

This stop is at the back entrance to the Hilton Garden Inn within Greenway Station, which is a 51-acre outdoor shopping center with name brand stores and restaurants. There is also a farmer’s market at Greenway during Thursdays in summer.

STOPs 6, 7 & 12: downtown

Middleton’s downtown is a combination of historic charm and rejuvenated businesses. Stop 6 brings visitors to Staybridge Inn & Suites and right next door to Cayuga Street—there are restaurants, shopping and the Middleton Post Office nearby.

Stop 7 and 12: Right in the heart of downtown, these stops are at the corner of Elmwood Avenue and Parmenter Street. Walk to multiple restaurants, gift shops, handcrafted jewelry stores, art galleries, gift shops and many other boutiques. Downtown Middleton also has three of the stops on the Middleton Outdoor Art Trail.

Walk just a few blocks down to The National Mustard Museum, Rowley House Museum, Middleton Visitors Center at the Depot, and Stone Horse Green (new downtown green space under construction in 2022—opening in fall).

Middleton has more than 70 restaurants and cafés, as well as 55 shopping locations. To read more, scroll through our menu options! Or, view or order a free copy of our Visitors Guide (complete with descriptions of all the dining options!) here.

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